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Watch Ken Jeong Learn Where Trump Cufflinks, Suits, and Vodka Are Made

During this week’s Democratic National Convention, Funny or Die is rolling out its own series of shorts supporting the Democratic ticket. In the first one, Monday night’s “Donald Decoding: Outsourcing,” Ken Jeong, of naked man in Hangover fame, teamed up with Austan Goolsbee, President Obama’s former chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, to put Trump’s emphasis on “Made in the U.S.A.” items to task. Despite the Republican presidential nominee’s stance on foreign trade, it would seem that Trump, the savvy businessman, is all for using labor in China, Bangladesh, and Mexico to produce his Trump-branded menswear, crystal barware, vodka, etc. Presumably the rest of the week will feature other videos with likeable comedians pointing out the truths that most people probably could have guessed, but will feel validated about all the same with silly, shareable internet proof.

Watch Ken Jeong Learn Where Trump Items Are Made