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Bill Maher delivers mock eulogy for Trump

"Real Time" host Bill MaherWilliam (Bill) MaherA community of public servants is at our disposal, if only we'd train it Bill Maher for Biden's 'Minister of Truth' Without Trump, late-night 'comedy' becomes even more insufferable MORE on his show Friday evening delivered a mock eulogy for President TrumpDonald TrumpSouth Carolina Senate adds firing squad as alternative execution method Ex-Trump aide Pierson won't run for Dallas-area House seat House Oversight panel reissues subpoena for Trump's accounting firm MORE.

Maher mentioned that Trump did not attend the funerals of important figures in both parties such as former Sen. John McCainJohn Sidney McCainHouse Freedom Caucus chair weighs Arizona Senate bid Cindy McCain planning 'intimate memoir' of life with John McCain Trump-McConnell rift divides GOP donors MORE (R-Ariz.), former first lady Barbara Bush, and former Reps. Elijah CummingsElijah Eugene CummingsBottom line House Democrats reintroduce bill to reduce lobbyist influence Trump voters and progressives have a lot in common — and Biden can unite them MORE (D-Md.) and John LewisJohn LewisVernon Jordan: an American legend, and a good friend GOP lawyer tells Supreme Court curtailing Sunday voting lawful DOJ faces swift turnaround to meet Biden voting rights pledge MORE (D-Ga.).

"What kind of spectacular prick do you have to be that everyone’s last request is 'Make sure that asshole isn’t at my funeral'?" Maher asked.

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The comedian said that he was moved by the eulogies delivered as Lewis’s funeral last week, calling him “a model of a man.” 

“Then I thought of Trump, and I actually felt sad for him because at his funeral nobody is going to talk about him like that,” Maher said, emphasizing that he wishes Trump “a long healthy life in some place where he can’t harm America.”

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He went on to deliver a mock eulogy for Trump, addressing the “family and frenemies of Donald Trump.” 

The satirical eulogy went on to paint Trump as a man who “never once failed to put himself before others.”

“Some men look at the world and ask, ‘Why?’ Donald Trump looked at the world and asked, ‘What’s in it for me?’” Maher said. “His generosity knew only limits, and he never once failed to put himself before others.”