Sometimes, in order to understand certain situations in life, you just need to look at them from a different perspective. If only Donald Trump knew that ...
In an attempt to get The Donald to look in the mirror and realize just how ridiculous his entire campaign has been thus far, Bill Maher decided to give him a little taste of the racism he's been spewing.
For his closing monologue on "Real Time" Friday night, Maher channeled the real estate mogul-turned-reality TV host-turned presidential candidate and called for Americans to rally against the growing number of Australians "taking" our jobs.
"Australia is not sending us its best people," he said. "They’re bringing drugs -- yes, enough for everybody, but still -- they’re rapists -- OK, not rapists, but they do a lot of fucking -- and I assume some are good people."
Maher also brought up the fact that Australians are even taking American film roles (read: Cate Blanchett, Naomi Watts, Hugh Jackman), and it just isn't fair.
But aside from the joking, the comedian had a serious point to make -- it's not undocumented workers Trump should be worried about, it's the people who continue to hire them. And if he really wants to rethink immigration, the employers might be a good place to start.
Watch the entire monologue below.
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