As the United States President Donald Trump approaches the completion of his 100 days in office on April 29, netizens are already assessing his success during the time period. And after Trump tweeted about it as a ridiculous standard of measuring success internet users have their own opinion. While everyone took to lambast Trump and his unsuccessful attempts at various business and his controversial decisions, The Simpsons have brutally thrashed him in a comic video. It shows press secretary Sean Spicer taking his own life while Ivanka Trump being appointed to the Supreme Court. The video begins with White House Sean Spicer hanging from a noose with a sign saying “I quit” after which Counselor to Trump, Kellyanne Conway running away saying that she does not want his job.

Meanwhile, Trump seems to be checking his accomplishments from first 100 days including legalising the hunting of hibernating bears. Also in the hilarious video Ivanka Trump is at the Supreme Court flaunting her fashion line while Ruth Bader Ginsburg is physically removed from the seat. He is seen saying in the video, “100 days in office. So many accomplishments. Lowered my golf handicap; my Twitter following increased by 700; and finally, we can shoot hibernating bears. My boys will love that,” he says in the clip.” The Simpsons also tweeted the video saying, “Donald Trump reviews his first 100 days in office. Watch an all-new episode of #TheSimpsons this Sunday at 8/7c on FOX.” Stephen King takes a dig at Donald Trump for his wiretapping tweets on Barack Obama

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 That is when Marge, who is watching it all with Homer on TV she realises she is out of Prozac. Looking at the empty bottle, she says, “This was supposed to last me the whole four years.” Homer replies saying, “Marge, please. Give the President of the United States some time. He’s only 70 years old.” The video then ends saying that “we are 6.8 per cent of the way” through Donald Trump’s presidency. Fox’s long-running animated series have also trolled Trump and in 2000 had jokingly predicted Trump presidency.

Trump’s presidency has been studded with controversies from the very start. From forgetting which country he ordered an airstrike on to his Melania nudging him keep his hand on the heart while the national anthem was being played. According to a CNN poll puts Trump’s approval ratings are at 44 per cent which is the least amongst presidents at the 100-days since modern polling began.