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Can we please just fast forward a month or so and get this whole 2020 presidential election behind us? Can you help with that, Weird Al?

And I'm not weighing in on either side -- regardless of how you feel about either candidate or your party affiliation, I think we can all agree that Tuesday night's debate was a s--t show in a dumpster fire.

And Weird Al Yankovic has summed it up perfectly.

Yankovic, known for his satirical takes on popular songs in the 80s, steps in and replaces Chris Wallace as the moderator between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden.

“2020’s a raging hellscape,” Yankovic sings. “Any ideas on how to stop a worldwide plague?”

Each candidates' response is hilariously given the auto-tune treatment.

"We should be providing people the help they need," Biden sings. "He waited and waited and waited and didn't even tell you."

Trump's response is just as funny, as he sings:

"I don't wear masks like him, every time you see him he's got a mask," the President croons. "The biggest mask I've ever seen, the biggest mask I've ever seen"

Climate change, the Supreme Court and jobs are also addressed, as Wallace did during the epic debate Tuesday.

Then Yankovic drops the most 'Weird Al' line of all time, referencing Taco Bell.

"If the Supreme Court is tryly supreme, where's the guac, ground beef, and sour cream?"

I watched the debate in utter disgust Tuesday night. I had no idea how much fun one of the recaps would be. Weird Al, you've made lemonade out of the biggest lemons ever dropped on our country.

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