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21:25  25 may  2019
21:25  25 may  2019 Source:   ew.com

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Dana Carvey tries his latest political impressions on Jimmy , like Donald Trump complete with sound effects and Bernie Sanders as a crossing guard The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon features hilarious highlights from the show including: comedy sketches, music parodies, celebrity interviews

As guest Dana Carvey shared his take on “the sound of Trump , he and host Jimmy Fallon just fell into dueling Trump impressions that kept building and building until The Roots turned it into their next jam session. It began with a discussion of impressions on the growing number of Democratic

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A Donald Trump impression maelstrom hit The Tonight Show on Friday.

As guest Dana Carvey shared his take on “the sound of Trump, he and host Jimmy Fallon just fell into dueling Trump impressions that kept building and building until The Roots turned it into their next jam session.

It began with a discussion of impressions on the growing number of Democratic presidential candidates. Pete Buttigieg, for example, is “the opposite of Trump,” Carvey said. “I figure America always goes opposite.”

He pointed to how the U.S. went from the “he, he, he, he” of George W. Bush to the “very different sound” of Barack Obama. After Obama, Carvey demonstrated a nasally gibberish sound for Trump. Fallon then imitated Carvey’s impression, and the two had a conversation in complete gobbledygook chatter.

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As guest Dana Carvey shared his take on “the sound of Trump , he and host Jimmy Fallon just fell into dueling Trump impressions that kept building and building After Obama, Carvey demonstrated a nasally gibberish sound for Trump . Fallon then imitated Carvey ’s impression , and the two had a

Dana Carvey mimicked the many sounds of Donald Trump in an appearance on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon on Friday night. Carvey first shared his impressions of the “ sound of Trump ,” which eventually led into a rhythmic jam session backed by the Roots.

Carvey went on and on with, “Excuse me, many people are saying… crazy crazy, crazy, crooked, stupid, evil, stupid, crooked.” That gave The Roots the inspiration they needed to drum up a rhythm. Before long, the chattering Trumps became two dancing Trumps. A chattering, dancing Trump maelstrom.

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