In the latest episode, an animated Canadian version of Donald Trump — who was trying to build a wall to keep out the Americans — is raped to death by Mr. Garrison. Afterwards, Garrison returns to the U.S and announces that he'll be running for president with Caitlyn Jenner as his running mate.
Garrison is seen jumping into a car with Caitlyn, who tells him, "Buckle up, buckaroo!" While Jenner is behind the wheel, she hits two pedestrians without stopping, a reference to Jenner's real-life car crash.
The controversial episode got the Web buzzing, with one fan writing, "it took South Park a minute and a half to roast Caitlyn Jenner, SJWs, and Donald Trump using one fluid story line. This show is unstoppable."
Another added, "Caitlyn Jenner. Illegals. PC Principal. omg i cannot even with all this #SouthPark.”
"South Park" is just the latest show to take a jab at Donald, who recently shared his thoughts to "Extra's" AJ Calloway about being mocked at the Emmys.
Earlier that same day, The Donald announced that he was at war with FOX News. He tweeted, ".@FoxNews has been treating me very unfairly & I have therefore decided that I won't be doing any more Fox shows for the foreseeable future."
Fox News released their own statement about the battle, saying, "At 11:45am today, we canceled Donald Trump's scheduled appearance on 'The O'Reilly Factor' on Thursday, which resulted in Mr. Trump's subsequent tweet about his 'boycott' of FOX News. The press predictably jumped to cover his tweet, creating yet another distraction from any real issues that Mr. Trump might be questioned about. When coverage doesn’t go his way, he engages in personal attacks on our anchors and hosts, which has grown stale and tiresome. He doesn’t seem to grasp that candidates telling journalists what to ask is not how the media works in this country.”
The next day, Bill O'Reilly was asked about Donald's war with FOX News on "Live with Kelly and Michael." O'Reilly said, "The worst thing that ever happened in Donald Trump's life is he learned how to tweet."
In case you missed the controversial "South Park" episode, watch it on Comedy Central!