Today.com reported September 12 that Donald Trump, in his appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” Friday night, participated in an “interview” with the only person qualified to interview him – himself (Fallon dressed as Trump, somewhat coiffed like Trump, impersonating the billionaire businessman).
“I haven’t seen you since my last wedding”, said Fallon, who was done up in full Trump makeup, and calling Clinton from a golden telephone.
The appearance marked Clinton’s second on a national talk show in as many weeks.
Hillary Clinton completely let loose on Wednesday’sThe Tonight Show.
He declined to double down on his comments about Carly Fiorina’s “face”, and when the topic turned to Hillary Clinton, Trump resorted to some boilerplate criticism of her email controversy, along with a few crocodile tears. That won’t solve Clinton’s her likability issue. She asked him what his views were about women issues.
“This is all retroactive”, Clinton said, explaining that some information in the emails was only determined to be classified later and she did not send or receive any classified information at the time. She used the light-hearted interview to try to relate to Fallon (and all those watching) as a parent.
“It’s like, I don’t care”, Fallon told the magazine upon learning the news.
No word yet from Trump on what he thinks of Fallon’s impersonation, but keep an eye out on his Twitter. “I recently said… I want to lower taxes for the middle class. How else do you plan to help the economy”, Fallon asked. “I wouldn’t mess with you”, he said.
Clinton also joked about Bernie Sanders-or possibly Joe Biden.
Fallon’s Trump also offered some friendly advice to the Democratic frontrunner.
Hillary Clinton’s team is evidently pretty pleased Donald Trump is leading polls of the Republican presidential primary.
People close to Clinton often say she is misunderstood, that behind the scenes, she’s actually warm and amusing .
Aside from saying he’d love to have Kanye as his running mate, if he becomes to Republican Presidential candidate, Donald discussed what 9/11 means to him.
But Fallon wasn’t the only one doing a Trump impersonation on Wednesday night.
“You want to touch mine?” she asked, according to the Associated Press.