The most recent series of the animated adult series – which ended a month-and-a-half ago – did feature a character who resembled President Trump, but Parker and Stone have now decided not to include his character in any upcoming shows.
Parker told Australian nightly affairs programme 7.30: "It's tricky now because satire has become reality.
"It's really hard to make fun of and in the last season of South Park, which just ended a month-and-a-half ago, we were really trying to make fun of what was going on but we couldn't keep up and what was actually happening was much funnier than anything we could come up with."
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South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone said 'satire has now become reality'
South Park did feature a character that resembled Donald Trump
It's tricky now because satire has become reality.
"So we decided to kind of back off and let them do their comedy and we'll do ours," he added.
Stone went on to say that people tell them that they must be getting a lot of material out of the things that are going on in the world right now, but he insisted that "they're getting their heads blown off just like everybody else".
He explained: “People say to us all the time, ‘You guys are getting so much good material,’ like we’re happy about some of the stuff that’s happening."
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Parker and Stone said the situation in America is 'hard to make fun of'
Stone shared: "But I don’t know if that’s true. It doesn’t feel that way.
"We’re having our head blown off like everyone else.”
South Park regularly mock celebrities on the show, with the likes of Michael Jackson, Barbra Streisand and Caitlyn Jenner all being included; just to name a few.