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The third season of the Netflix original children's show "All Hail King Julien" premiered on Friday, and it features a storyline based on Donald Trump.

The Emmy-winning program, which takes place in the "Madagascar" universe, will have a plot line where the titular King Julien character, a lemur, proposes that a wall to be built to keep out foreign animals.

While they build the wall - which satirizes the presumptive Republican nominee's proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border - King Julien and his fellow lemurs sing a song titled, “Don’t Touch Our Stuff.”

“The song ‘Don’t Touch Our Stuff’ is essentially about building a wall to keep other animals away because Julien and the lemurs feel they are taking away their jobs even though the lemurs don’t work, and taking their housing even through there are plenty of trees, and eating their food even though there is more than enough for everyone,” showrunner Mitch Watson said.

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