Alex Smith has been called a lot of things by Chiefs fans (some good, some bad), but no one has ever accused him of being sneaky.
But that’s what an actor playing President Donald Trump called Smith in a commercial for Cyprus Air Heating and Cooling that aired in Washington D.C. during the Super Bowl.
According to the Washington Post, the ad was shot before the Chiefs agreed to trade Smith to Washington, where he will take Kirk Cousins’ place as starting quarterback.
Cousins was in the commercial with the Trump actor, whose name is John Di Domenico, and the advertisement was amended to take note of the Alex Smith trade.
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There is an exterior shot of the White House and the words “One week later ... Kirk needs a job.”
In the “oval office,” the Trump impersonator tells Cousins: “Sneaky Alex stole your job so I’m appointing you Secretary of Offense. Now prepare for fire and fury” and he presses a red button on the desk ... which lights up a fireplace.
Take a look at the entire commercial (a shorter version ran during the Super Bowl):
Cousins also shared a video on Instagram of himself with the Trump impersonator during their commercial shoot: