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The creators of 'South Park' have grown tired of parodying Trump

In the previous season of Comedy Central's landmark animated series, "South Park," the focus was heavily on the 2016 US presidential election and the man who would eventually go on to win, Donald Trump. Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone used the show's character Mr. Garrison to embody their Trump parody, as the character evolved to take on more and more Trump traits as the season progressed.
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