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In the last year, many comedians have tried their hardest to show off impressions of likely Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Chief among them is Jimmy Fallon, who has sporadically impersonated Trump on his program, “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

During his latest iteration of the impression, Fallon welcomed a guest in the form of “Little Donald,” who was quick to finish the sentences of his larger doppelgänger.

Little Donald, played by 8th grade impressionist Jack Aiello, stole the show with his solid impression.

“The only person good enough to be my vice president is me,” Fallon’s Trump declared before announcing that he cloned himself 14 years ago.

Aiello then pretended to prank call former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) as each others’ opponents.

When asked where he learned such good impressions, Little Donald told Big Donald he learned everything he needed to know at “Donald Trump University.”

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