Donny Trump is like a child who wanders into the middle of the movie and wants to know why everyone is yelling at him to sit down and shut up—he is so far out of his element he's embarrassing himself and terrifying the entire planet. No one knows this better than Steve Buscemi, whose iconic portrayal of clueless bowler Theodore Donald 'Donny' Kerabatsos in The Big Lebowski seems, in hindsight, to subtly evoke our current presidential predicament.

The 1998 Coen brothers comedy includes such quotable gems as "Donny, you're out of your element," "Shut the fuck up, Donny," "Life does not stop and start at your convenience you miserable piece of shit," and an old, angry white rich guy screaming at a hippy that "The bums will always lose!"—not to mention Jeff Bridges calling that same fake, goldbrickin' millionaire a "human paraquat." Buscemi, a prominent supporter of Mayor Bill de Blasio, is no doubt tired of people on the street telling him to "SHUT THE FUCK UP," but he was a very good sport at the Women's March on Washington Saturday, where he posed for this priceless photo:

On Reddit, a Women's March participant who uploaded the photo wrote, "Steve showed up out of nowhere. It was crazy. We were walking in the march, and he just floated in from out of nowhere. It was really cool. He was great." Far out. Far fucking out.

While he refuses to ever shut the fuck up, Donald does die of a massive heart attack toward the end of the movie. Sad?