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Resurfaced Clip Of Sylvester Stallone Taste-Testing 'Trump Water' Goes Viral—And It's Brutal

The actor tried out Trump's brand of water on 'Access Hollywood' back in 2007, and he didn't have nice things to say.

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A resurfaced Access Hollywood clip of Rocky actor Sylvester Stallone taste-testing "Trump Water" has gone viral after former Republican President Donald Trump visited the site of the East Palestine train derailment.

The chemical spill and subsequent controlled burn from the disaster prompted residents within a 1-mile radius of the accident to be evacuated and kicked off emergency responses from teams in Ohio and West Virginia as well as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Trump did in fact bring water which was labeled “Trump Spring Water,” to East Palestine, which he promised he'd do earlier this month.

He also arrived with some other bottled water he said was of “a much lesser quality.”

Shortly after Trump's visit, the video of Stallone taste-testing Trump Water resurfaced thanks to animator Jon Bershad, who referred to it as the "second most embarrassing Access Hollywood clip involving Donald Trump," referring to the now-infamous tape in which Trump admitted to sexual assault.

The video showed Stallone speaking with Access Hollywood host Billy Bush and boasting about his own Sly Water brand before Bush offered him an opportunity to try some "different water."

After drinking it and appearing noticeably disgusted after Bush told him he'd just tasted Trump Ice, a water brand that has been defunct since 2010, Stallone said:

“Whatever it is, I wouldn’t wash my socks in this... [laughing] ... I love Donald, I'm sorry."

You can see it below.

The clip went viral once again and the jokes pretty much wrote themselves.

Trump Ice was initially sold at Trump's casinos and a few other markets before being launched nationwide in 2004, according to one fact-check, and Trump once described it as the "purest, best-tasting water you can imagine."

After it was discontinued in 2010, Trump Ice was available as official merchandise for a few more years until it was rebranded as Trump Spring Water in 2015.