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Donald Trump mocked by Australian comic Jim Jefferies in Freedumb clip

The special debuts on Netflix July 1

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Australian comic Jim Jefferies has something to admit in his upcoming Netflix special, Freedumb: “Donald Trump. There’s a little bit of me, ‘F— it, let’s do it,’” he says in the exclusive trailer. “Let’s do it and see how f—ing crazy s— can get!’” 

Freedumb is Jefferies’ seventh special and first since 2014’s Bare, which featured a popular bit on gun control where the comedian pointed out that shootings have been down in Australia since the country enacted strict gun laws after a deadly mass shooting in 1996 left 35 dead and 23 injured.

“I understand that Australia and America are two vastly different cultures with different people,” Jefferies says. “In Australia, we have the biggest massacre on earth, and the Australian government goes, ‘That’s it, no more guns.’ And we all went, ‘Yeah, that seems fair enough.’ Now, in America, you have the Sandy Hook massacre where tiny little children died and your government went, ‘Maybe… we’ll get rid of the big guns?’ And 50 percent of you went, ‘F— you, don’t take my guns!’”

Jefferies continues to comment on America’s idiosyncrasies in the new special, where he says, “I love America. I truly do… But you constantly say ‘freedom’ all the time,” he continues. “You know when you’re singing the national anthem at the baseball [game] and the person holds the note ‘free’ for a little bit longer than they should until all you Americans f—ing c– in your pants?”

Not sure what he’s talking about? Don’t worry, he acts it out. 

Watch the trailer above, and see Freedumb when it debuts on Netflix July 1.