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If you’re dissatisfied with the upcoming presidential election’s major party candidates, let Jimmy Fallon and The Tonight Show introduce you to one of the write-in options.
Tim Calhoun, played by Will Forte, delivers gems such as, “I am pro-Isis, whether large cubes or small flakes, ices keep my drinks cold, and that’s good for America.”
We’re especially proud of the SNL-alums for not breaking at all during the hilarious speech.
No one asked for another Donald Trump, but here we are.
Jimmy Fallon donned a toupee and brought out his excellent Trump impression during Tuesday’s show, where he explained Trump’s thought process behind his vice presidential candidate options. Why go for Lebron James when there’s a Little Donald—with little hands—ready to step up to the podium?
Little Donald is played by Jack Aiello, who just graduated from the 8th grade and made thousands laugh at his impeccable impressions of presidential candidates during his graduation speech.
The two even prank call Democratic candidates Sen. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton during the sketch. Read more…
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