Mmasterminded by Arjen Lubach, the sketch gives the newly inaugurated Republican an unorthodox welcome to the Oval Office.
In the video, which is portrayed as being from the Dutch Government, the comedian declared his country widely supported his "America first" policy as long as the Netherlands came second.
The footage begins by showing windmills on a pretty lake, as the Zondag met Lubach (Sunday with Lubach) host starts educating the billionaire on the merits of the Netherlands.
Taking aim at Mr Trump's manner of speaking, Lubach imitates the Republican's voice as he tells his viewers how "fantastic" the European country is as he tries to make comparisons with the policies that the new US president has vowed to put in place.
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Arjen Lubach decided to give Donald Trump an unorthodox welcome to the Oval Office
The Dutch founding father William of Orange is then introduced as the man who fought a war of independence against the Spanish.
Lubach calls the Spanish "total scumbags" and "losers", mimicking Mr Trump's former description of his Republican opponents Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio on the campaign trail.
A famous pony-themed theme park is then introduced to viewers as "the best in the world" where you can even "grab them by the pony", a play on Mr Trump's now infamous "grab them by the p***y" comments.
Continuing the jibe, the comedy host then boasts about how the Dutch built a dyke to ward off the Mexicans.
In fact, we built an entire ocean between us and Mexico
He said: "A great, great wall that we built to protect us from all the water from Mexico. In fact, we built an entire ocean between us and Mexico."
"This ocean, it is so big, that you can even see it from the moon."
And in a not so subtle dig at the row over how many people attended Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony compared to Barack Obama's in 2009, the narrator talked about a famous miniature town theme park which is said to have squares that "are so small, you don’t even need many people to fill them".
Lubach also introduced Dutch State Secretary Jetta Klijnsma, who is disabled, as an easy target for him to make fun of. A clear reference to the allegation Mr Trump mocked a disabled reporter on the campaign trial.
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Declaring she was from the "Ministry of Silly Walks", the narrator left no doubt about how he felt about Mr Trump's controversial comments about New York Times journalist Serge Kovaleski.
Asking the businessman to consider the Netherlands a "friend" because they have the "best tax evasion system God ever created, he urged: "You should tell your sons to put all your… sorry, their businesses here."
Finally, the Lubach urged Mr Trump to not abandon the Dutch because "if he screwed Nato, it would make their problems great again".
"We totally understand it’s going to be America first," the satirical host finished, "but can we just say, the Netherlands second? Is that OK?"