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Giant Robot Trump Tramples Mexicans In Film (Video)

A new short film "M.A.M.O.N. (Monitor Against Mexicans Over Nationwide)" depicts President-elect Donald Trump operating a giant robot of himself and attacking Mexicans (video below).

According to the Wecanfxit's YouTube page, "M.A.M.O.N." was created by Aparato, a production company in Uruguay whose mission is to "change the world using our geeky weapons: cinematography, visual effects and CGI." Its motto is: "Making the world a better place, one pixel at a time."

The dark comedic film begins with a Hispanic doctor being whisked away in the middle of performing surgery, and dropping from the sky into Mexico. More Hispanics are soon fall from the sky onto the ground.

The immigrants get an invoice from Trump telling them to pay for the new giant border wall, but they curse at the bill.

Suddenly, the wall opens and a giant Trump robot rolls through holding an Uncle Sam sign that says, "I Don't Want You."

The Trump robot then crushes one of the people under its foot as Trump cackles from inside the giant mechanical beast.

The Trump robot starts firing missiles from its crotch at the Mexicans, and stomping them.

A brave mariachi singer tries to stop the monstrosity, but the Trump robot blows his head off.

An older woman convinces a diplomat to put on a wrestling mask and attack the Trump robot, but the diplomat quickly turns and runs as the giant creature destroys a border town. But the townsfolk have a secret weapon: a chicken.

The video has more than 2.8 million views.

A Japanese commercial (below) featuring another giant Trump robot, which resembles the Transformers, was released in June. That video, which garnered more than 7.5 million views, imagines Trump being the "world president."

The video, produced by Mike Diva, drips with pastel colors and has Trump's likeness attached to trees, a giant creature, a statue, dancing Trumps, and the fearsome robot which flies into space and blows up the earth.

WARNING: This video contains violence and strong language in the English-language captions.

Sources: wecanfxit/YouTube, Mike Diva/YouTube / Photo credit: wecanfxit/YouTube

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