Jimmy Fallon managed Trump’s wild conference on Thursday night. The Tonight Show host did his impression of Donald Trump once again, this time to reenact the President’s first press conference.
Earlier on Thursday, Trump’s first solo conference gathered lots of headlines and criticism. Not only Jimmy but other late shows discussed the wild conference and delivered great rants and hilarious impressions.
Buckle up for a wild conference.
Jimmy made once again his Trump’s impression this time to mock Trump in his latest conference, and newest controversy. Fallon impersonated a pretty wild and disorientated Trump in the video that already has over 900 k views.
Prepare for a crazy ride.
Jimmy wore that special orange tan once again to impersonate Trump, recreating his 80 minutes conference as a part of The Tonight Show’s opening. Luckily, Jimmy summed up in less than three minutes Trump’s erratic ways, crazy responses, and endless catchphrases.
Fallon’s Trump warned everybody in the room by saying, “This is going to be a crazy one, Daddy came to play.” And he did. The first thing Fallon’s Trump did was calingl journalists fake news and made pretty clear how much he hates them.
Fallon continued mocking the President by appropriating the phrase “fake news” by saying “I’ve changed the name. I’m now calling it faux news. It’s much classier if you think about it.” Fallon also presented how Trump answers his questions, by shaking a “Magic Trump 8-Ball” that reveals some of Trump’s catchphrase.
Fallon’s Trump also talked about the achievement of his month administration saying “In fact, if you ask any American, they’ll say that I’ve managed to make the last four weeks feel like four years. Four more weeks! Four more weeks!” Fallon also made reference to leaking information, specifically Flyn’s communication with the Russian official. Jimmy closed the sketch drinking water with tiny hands just to make one more Trump’s hands joke.
Actual wild conference.
Earlier on Thursday President Trump held the conference to announce the new Labor Department’s head after Andrew Puzder withdrew from the administration.
The press conference, that lasted over 80 minutes, was widely criticized. Fox News’ anchor Shepard Smith said, “Trump keeps repeating ridiculous throwaway lines that are not true at all and sort of avoiding this issue of Russia as if we are some kind of fools for asking the question.” While CNN’s anchor Jake Tapper referred to it as “an airing of grievances.”
Source: Rolling Stone