The YouTube channel "Bad Lip Readings" took on the daily White House press briefings hosted by spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders in a video posted Thursday that was the seventh-highest trending video on the site Friday morning.

The channel, which is famous for its viral videos of others' footage with dubbed audio, depicted Sanders repeatedly insulting and mocking reporters in the daily briefing who peppered the Trump administration official with inane questions.

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"My beard itches pretty bad. Is this because of my bugs?" one reporter is made to say.

"You have literal bugs? OK, you've gotta go," the dubbed audio voice representing Sanders responds.

Throughout the video, the dubbed Sanders refers to reporters with pejorative nicknames including "Stanky" and "Chump," while firing back quick insults after questions. "'Cause you suck," she responds to one journalist."

"Bad Lip Readings" has gone viral for parodying other political events in the past, including a video of the first Republican primary debate in during the 2016 election campaign that received more than 20 million views.

Another video of a debate between Vermont Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersTammy Duckworth is the epitome of the American Dream On The Money: Deficit rises to record .7 trillion amid pandemic: CBO | Democrats sidestep budget deal by seeking 0B in emergency spending | House panel advances spending bill with funding boost to IRS Biden-Sanders unity task force calls for Fed, US Postal Service consumer banking MORE (I) and former Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonHillicon Valley: Facebook civil rights audit finds 'serious setbacks' | Facebook takes down Roger Stone-affiliated accounts, pages | State and local officials beg Congress for more elections funds OVERNIGHT ENERGY: Sanders-Biden climate task force calls for carbon-free power by 2035 | Park Police did not record radio transmissions during June 1 sweep of White House protesters | Court upholds protections for Yellowstone grizzly bears GOP Miami mayor does not commit to voting for Trump MORE during the Democratic primary was viewed more than six million times.