Joe Scarborough to release Trump-inspired Christmas EP titled 'A Very Drumpf Christmas'

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MSNBC host Joe Scarborough will release a President Donald Trump-inspired EP titled “A Very Drumpf Christmas” on Friday.

An advance copy generously provided to Business Insider showed artwork depicting Trump as the Grinch.

The EP includes three songs, complete with sleigh-bell jingles, lyrics about reindeer, and a track titled “The Drumpf,” a jazzy, ballad-tempo cut seemingly indebted to “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch.”

“Oh you can save our Christmas from going kerplumf, from that orange creep that children call the Drumpf?” the band sings on “The Drumpf,” which also references former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci.

The release is the latest in Scarborough’s pledge to put out an EP every month for over a year.

The newly-prolific MSNBC host and aspiring rock star has released protest songs and other music with the president in mind.

In an interview earlier this year, he told Business Insider that Trump has “been very much an inspiration” for recent songs.

View the tracklist:

1. Christmastime

2. The Drumpf

3. This Christmas It’s You & Me

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