Louisiana Gov. and GOP presidential candidate Bobby Jindal may be losing in the polls but when it comes to slamming Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, he’s a winner — at least when it comes to social media.
Jindal, who’s been polling at 1 percent in most surveys, mashed up Charlie Sheen‘s now infamous “winning” catchphrase while cutting back to Trump talking about himself winning.
“The summer of silliness will come to an end. Then it’s time to get serious,” the page says under the video.
The 40-second ad, released Wednesday and titled “Trump is Winning,” has been trending on social media ever since it was uploaded to the web.
Are you kidding? Who thinks this is a "winning" ad for Bobby Jindal? http://t.co/7HQag2S98l
— Dennis Bailey 🇺🇦 (@DennisBailey) September 10, 2015
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— Josh Marshall (@joshtpm) September 9, 2015
Former “Two and a Half Men” star Sheen is famous for his public meltdown in 2011, which featured him admitting past drug use, repeatedly declaring that he was “winning.”
On Thursday, Jindal continued his attack against Trump, calling him a “madman” who isn’t fit for the White House. During a speech at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., Jindal urged Republican voters not to nominate a “non-serious, unstable, substance-free narcissist.”
Jindal isn’t the first person to compare Trump to Sheen. Last month, actor Owen Wilson told The Daily Beast that Trump was “somebody who’s not following that script. It’s like when Charlie Sheen was doing that stuff — like, wow!”
Watch the ad here.