This game lets you operate in and outside Donald Trump
Here is your chance to operate on Donald Trump without those big security guards around him!

The American presidential candidate Donald Trump is mostly in the news for all the wrong reasons, for example, Anonymous hackers shutting his sites down, developers creating a plugin that stops him being seen on the Internet and sometimes the owner of ‘Loser’ domain redirects it to Trump’s WikiPedia page. But, what we didn’t expect was a game letting us operate or rather, tear apart Mr. Trump.

Yes, the Surgeon Simulator game now allows players to take a sneak peak of what’s inside trump by operating on his body. The player who plays as a surgeon is supposed to save his life but you can kill him if you want depending what you think of him.


Surgeon Simulator was originally released in 2013 on Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, iOS, PlayStation 4 and Android. The first was released on 21 June 2013 and features an operation in which the player performs surgery on Team Fortress 2’s Heavy, based on the Meet the Medic” TF2 promotional video.

The second was released on 9 September 2013, named “Code Name Trisha,” and features an operation in which surgery is performed on an alien. The third was released on 2 June 2016, named “Inside Donald Trump,” in which a heart transplant is performed on presidential candidate Donald Trump.

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