4 Donald Trump Impressions So Funny You'll Cry, But Not Because You're Upset At His Real-Life Comments
Donald Trump has been all over the news lately. The real estate mogul is, as you have to know by now, running for the Republican presidential nominee. In the past, he's flirted with the idea, but this time it's real. In the weeks since his announcement, he's positioned himself at the center of a media circus — from calling Mexican immigrants rapists and drug dealers, to slamming Mitt Romney, to literally any other questionable comments he's made recently. Yes, you know it all. What don't you know? Sometimes there are other people who can be a better Trump than he is: The Internet is full of Trump impersonations sure to make you laugh.
At his campaign launch, Trump declared the obvious when he said, "I'm really rich." He told The Des Moines Register, "Nobody’s ever been more successful than me. I'm the most successful person ever to run. Ross Perot isn’t successful like me. Romney – I have a Gucci store that’s worth more than Romney." Thinking of investing in a Gucci store? We've got a Trump impression to advise you on that.
Sometimes imitation is not the highest form of flattery, but it is a high form of entertainment. Watch these four Trump impressions. They have his lovely trademark hair and perfectly channel his spirit, each in their own way.
How to Get Rich, By Donald Trump
So you want to be a billionaire? Watch Frank Caliendo as Trump explain how.
Jimmy Fallon As Trump
Jimmy Fallon does a spot on impression of Trump on Piers Morgan.
Stephen Colbert: Announcing An Announcement
A post like this wouldn't be complete without Stephen Colbert. Trump's campaign announcement was already pretty ridiculous — from announcing he's rich to racist comments about immigrants. Watch as Colbert does a hilarious version of Trump's campaign announcement.
Trump Lays Out Debate Rules
A leftover from the 2012 election, but funny nonetheless. John Di Domenico is not only funny, but he's got Trump trademark hairdo and gets all the facial expressions right as he lays out the rules in a mock debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.