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(Photo by Michael Tran/Film Magic)LOS ANGELES - JANUARY 29: 'Caperberries and a Glass Eye' -- Bonnie (Allison Janney) makes a grand entrance for her first date with Adam, on MOM, Thursday, April 14 (- PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
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[From People] Throughout the series, the fictional Republicans are usually portrayed as decent people who are willing to listen to reason, and willing to play the tit-for-tat of political gamesmanship.
So Whitford is right – if Aaron Sorkin had created a fictional character/candidate who was anything like the real Donald Trump, no one would have believed it.
The actor then took a swing at Trump’s often criticized views on minorities and women.