Over the last year, Donald Trump has become a source for humor and satire for critics who strongly oppose his presidency. The most recent attempt at comedy at the expense of the president is in the form of a new cartoon show brought to you by late-night host Stephen Colbert.

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After Donald Trump surprised many by winning the Republican nomination in the summer of 2016, the entertainment world kicked their mockery into high-gear. It really started following the first debate between Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton when "Saturday Night Live" hired veteran actor Alec Baldwin to play a fictional version of the former host of "The Apprentice." Since then, Baldwin has received rave reviews for his performance and even won an Emmy earlier this year.

Whether it's in the form of sketch comedy, late night TV, or other comedic outlets, Trump has been useless source material to help make people laugh. During this time, one of Trump's biggest critics has been Stephen Colbert, host of "The Late Show" on CBS. In an attempt to double down on the mockery of the president, Colbert is executive producing a new program on Showtime, as reported by Mediaite on December 18.

On Monday, a 49-second clip was released by Showtime of their upcoming cartoon show "Our Cartoon President." The program will be a humorous look at the presidency of Donald Trump, but done in animated form. With Stephen Colbert producing, it's expected to have a similar tone that is seen on his late-night talk show where he routinely bashes the commander in chief.

"In this parallel cartoon universe, the Commander-in-Chief opens the White House doors for an 'all access' look at a typical day in the life of the President of the United States," the video's description reads on YouTube.

"Our Cartoon President" will debut on February 11 at 8 p.m. on Showtime.

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While Showtime and other entertainment outlets continue to engage in a feud with Donald Trump, the president has many other issues to worry about. Though his tax plan is close to becoming law, Trump has struggled to make progress on a variety of his campaign promises, including health care reform, and the construction of a border wall that he claims will be fully funded by Mexico. All these factors have helped contribute to Trump's historically low approval rating that has dropped to just 32 percent in the most recently released round of polling.