The video was set to promote the rerelease of Miller's "Best Day Ever" mixtape as an album on its five-year anniversary and shows clips of Trump edited into rapping a parody of himself. 
Trump referred to Miller as "the new Eminem" in a video after the musician's "Donald Trump" song hit the Billboard chart in 2011, but the pair later feuded.

Miller sent Trump a plaque when the song went platinum, which Trump dismissed as a "crummy gift," saying he'd rather have the money from the song. 

Trump then threatened legal action against the musician in tweets referring to him as "Little Mac Miller."
"Little @MacMiller, I’m now going to teach you a big boy lesson about lawsuits and finance. You ungrateful dog!" Trump added in another tweet in early 2013. 
"[I'm] not trying to put any negative energy into the world," Miller responded to the businessman. "Let's be friends."
Miller tore into Trump in March during an appearance on "The Nightly Show," calling the businessman a "delusional waste of skin and bones," saying, "I don't even know if you're really evil."