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Jimmy Fallon dresses as Donald Trump in front of real 'Tonight' guest... Donald Trump

By Karen Butler
Jimmy Fallon dresses as Donald Trump in front of real 'Tonight' guest... Donald Trump
Jimmy Fallon and Donald Trump on "The Tonight Show." Photo courtesy of NBC Universal

NEW YORK, Sept. 12 (UPI) -- Jimmy Fallon played Donald Trump's mirror reflection in Friday's Tonight Show comedy sketch featuring the actual Republican presidential candidate.

"We look fantastic. I mean really fantastic," the real Trump declared, staring directly at Fallon, who never flinched.

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"All right, me," deadpanned Fallon, who was wearing heavy face makeup and a wig resembling Trump's signature, reddish blonde hair.

"We've got that big interview with Jimmy Fallon coming up, but let's be honest: Fallon's a lightweight. No way he deserves to interview me. The only one qualified to interview me is me," Fallon's spot-on impersonation continued.

"Me interviewing me. That's what I call a great idea," the real Trump said.

"Of course it's a great idea. We thought of it," Fallon as Trump pointed out.

The real Trump then went on to talk about what he would do to slow immigration into the United States, lower taxes for middle-class Americans and create jobs after which Fallon as Trump admitted he had stopped listening because he was mesmerized by his own "beautiful reflection."

"I'm like a Greek god that just took a bath in a pumpkin-spice latte," Fallon quipped, asking if Trump's fellow, former Celebrity Apprentice co-star Gary Busey, who is known for his erratic behavior, might end up Trump's vice president.

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"I love Gary. He's fantastic, but more of a Supreme Court Justice, in my opinion," Trump said, revealing he would like rapper Kanye West to be his veep.

West recently announced his intention to run for president in the 2020 election.

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