(CNN) The Internal Revenue Service released a new parody video to Congress on Friday, this time in the styling of Donald Trump’s “The Apprentice.”

The four-minute video was made for a 2011 Small Business/Self-Employed Division conference and cost $10,000 to produce. The IRS this year came under scrutiny for wasteful spending at conferences, including money spent on other training videos.

Those videos featured IRS employees learning how to dance the Cupid Shuffle and performing roles from Star Trek and Gilligan’s Island. Combined, they cost tens of thousands of dollars.

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