Superheroes - or should we say super villains - have entered the political arena.
With only weeks leading up to the election, billionaire Donald Trump thought he offered Barack Obama an offer he couldn't refuse.
How about The Donald donates $5 million to the charity of Obama's choice in exchange for Obama releasing his school records, which virtually all the preceding candidates have done.
Well, Obama appeared on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno and mocked the proposal by saying that Trump isn't over their soccer field squabbles from playing as youths in Kenya.
Later in the night on the Jimmy
Fallon Kimmel Show, Kimmel continued by jabbing at Trump with mention of a certain Superman villain.
"It seems like a trap Lex Luthor would set." Fallon said. "‘So what will it be, Superman? The orphans, or your secret identity?’”
“Donald Trump seems to think the President is a contestant in some kind of imaginary game show he’s hosting," Fallon finished with.
Regardless, Trump still stands by the offer, and who are we trying to kid, the Lex Luthors and the super villains of the world entered the political arena years ago.