This holiday weekend saw the 139th annual White House Easter Egg Roll — the first to take place under the stewardship of President Trump.

While, unlike last year, there were no celebrities of Beyonce and Jay-Z's stature in attendance, the 2017 edition did feature Sean Spicer and a person in a ridiculous-looking bunny costume.

His finger always on the pulse, Daily Show host Trevor Noah offers a hilarious alternative slant of the family event, first sharing his on-point Trump impression before going on to observe how First Lady Melania had to nudge her husband — on camera for everyone to see — to remind him to put his hand over his heart during the national anthem.

Watch the clip above, and then check out the Canadian Brewery that has just released a cheeky batch of "Fake News Ale".

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