A new anti-Trump ad starring comedian Keegan-Michael Key takes aim at the Republican presidential candidate's climate-denying ways.
As Weatherman Frank, Key delivers a grim forecast for the United States ahead of the January 2017 inauguration of a future President Donald Trump.
"Heavy stuff, Frank. I guess these days climate change isn't a hoax," the anchor, named Jim, replies. "Only morons think that, Jim," Frank cackles.
"But you know what? It's not all bad news," the weatherman assures viewers. "The rise in both temperature and existential misery will be cooled by the nuclear winter coming in from the Southeast."
Save the Day, director Joss Whedon's pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC, paid for the ad.
The GOP candidate's energy plan calls for producing more oil, coal and natural gas while erasing U.S. environmental regulations.
Clinton, the Democratic candidate, has pledged to build on the Obama administration's climate change policy and transform the United States into "the world’s clean energy superpower."