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03/31/2017 05:51 pm ET

The Nintendo Games That Best Describe President Trump's Cabinet Members

If you want to throw your controller, we'll understand.

Remember when you were just a wee human, when a simple game like Super Mario Bros. could distract and amuse you for hours and the White House wasn’t a daily s**t show?

This administration really has become a challenge to describe, so let’s do it using something we actually like: Nintendo games. 

We perused our collection and tried to find the Nintendo games that would be the best fit for the members of Donald Trump’s cabinet.

  • Sean Spicer - "Defender Of The Crown" / "Super Dodge Ball"
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  • Kellyanne Conway - "Image Fight" / "Impossible Misssion II" / "Zombie Nation"
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  • Mick Mulvaney - "Big Bird's Hide & Seek" / "Sesame Street 123" / "Sesame Street ABC"
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  • Rick Perry - "Wild Gunman" / "Fisher-Price: I Can Remember"
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  • Ben Carson - "Dr. Chaos" / "Little Nemo: The Dream Master" / "Elevator Action"
    Illustration: HuffPost Photos: Getty / Nintendo
  • Michael Flynn - "Racket Attack" / "NARC"
    (We're aware that Michael Flynn, the former National Security Advisor, is no longer with the Trump administration. We don't c
    Illustration: HuffPost Photos: Getty / Nintendo
    (We're aware that Michael Flynn, the former National Security Advisor, is no longer with the Trump administration. We don't care. He still counts.)
  • Ivanka Trump - "Princess Tomato And The Salad Kingdom" / "Wheel of Fortune: Family Edition"
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  • Reince Priebus - "Smash T.V." / "Paperboy" / "Yo! Noid"
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  • Jared Kushner - "Spy Hunter" / "Kid Klown"
    Illustrations: HuffPost Photos: Getty / Nintendo
  • Steve Bannon - "Monster in my Pocket" / "Xenophobe" / "Swamp Thing"
    Illustration: HuffPost Photos: Getty / Nintendo
  • Mike Pence - "Toxic Crusaders" / "Silent Service"
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  • Donald Trump - "Rush'n Attack" / "Casino Kid" / "Bad Dudes" / "Lee Trevino's Fighting Golf"
    Illustration: HuffPost Photos: Getty / Nintendo

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