A Christmas ad from Air New Zealand has become viral because it mocks US President Donald Trump.
In the video, Santa Claus inadvertently sends his "naughty list" to a New Zealand boy on the list and calls a world summit of naughty children. The American boy is clearly imitating Trump – wearing a red hat "Make Christmas Great Again" and pushing past the other delegates leaving the Air New Zealand plane.
"I have to say, I'm not naughty at all," the boy later tells the summit. "Actually, I'm the nicest person I know." Everyone else laughs at him and he answers, "I did not expect this reaction, but that's fine."
At a NATO summit in 201
A few months ago, Trump also prided himself on his accomplishments: "In less than two years, my government has achieved more than almost all government in the history of our country" – the United Nations General Assembly, which is a most embarrassing outburst spontaneous laughter triggers. "I did not expect this reaction, but that's fine," he replied.
Air New Zealand is not the first brand to have fun with Trump in advertising. In mid-2017, Smirnoff vodka ran a campaign with the following line: "Made in America. But we would be glad if we talked about our relations with Russia under oath. "
This ad ran shortly after Trump said he would be happy to testify to the team of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is still investigating relations between the two Trump campaign and Russia.