After his 'Donald Trump' video racked up over 20 million views on YouTube, Wiz Khalifa protege Mac Miller received a co-sign from the song's namesake, "The Donald" himself.

"A lot of people are calling me about the Mac Miller rap song," Donald explained in the YouTube video. "It's named 'Donald Trump.' Maybe he should pay me a lotta money, but it just hit over 20 million. 20 million people tuning into Mac Miller!"

While Donald admitted that he hadn't actually heard the song, he continued to crown the 19-year-old Pittsburgh rapper, the "new Eminem." We're guessing this is due to the up-and-comer's ethnicity, not his actual rhymes -- which sound nothing like Eminem.

"I haven't actually seen the language, it's a little bit hard to understand on the song itself," Donald continued. "Probably it's not the cleanest language we've ever heard, but this kid is the new Eminem, everybody says he's fantastic."

Mac Miller dropped a video for his lead single, 'Frick Park Market,' on Thursday (Aug. 18), which was shot by the same team who brought us 'Donald Trump.' His album, 'Blue Slide Park,' is scheduled for a fall release.

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