Much like his opponents in the presidential election probably do, Donald Trump has some skeletons in his closet. Prepare to see the first one.

This is a 2002 commercial for McDonald's featuring the Donald. Along with Grimace, he hawks the Big N' Tasty sandwich, which was pulled from the restaurant's menu for good in 2011.It only cost a dollar, so Trump can spin this by saying he's good with a budget (although his opponents will question his stance on public health).

While Trump has not spoken about the spot, we imagine that he'd call it the "biggest, most successful ad campaign in McDonald's history" and declare that anyone who eats at Burger King "is a total loser."

It just seems weird that a guy who shilled for Mickey D's would ever run our country. It'd be like making Jan form Toyota the secretary of state.

Now, if you'll excuse us, we're going to try and dig up that ad Ted Cruz did for Arby's that we've heard about.