Donald Trump stared through a mirror and regarded again at a warped version of himself on Friday, the night of his first 2016 presidential campaign late evening interview.
Jimmy Fallon—in costume as Trump, full with a hardened pile of blonde hair—requested him how he’d create jobs and how he’d get Mexico to construct a wall alongside their u.s. border, after which they mentioned Jenga.
He did all this in a pretend dressing room, with the true Donald staring back at him across a fake mirror.
Trump spoke back to the jobs question like one does when one is Trump.
“I Am Just gonna do it,” he mentioned.
“Right,” Fallon mentioned, laughing. “But how?”
“Through doing it,” Trump stated. “It Simply happens. Simply By Way Of doing it.”
Then it was once onto immigration, the place Fallon (once more, as Trump) requested The Donald how he’d convince Mexico to build a wall to maintain immigrants from coming to the united states, a topic that steadily makes it into Trump’s speeches.
Trump flipped the interview, telling Fallon that if he was once going to play Trump he might as neatly solution like Trump.
So Fallon stated he’d problem Mexico to a recreation of Jenga and after they ultimately put the last log into the tower to set up the sport, he’d say, meh, I Do Not wish to play anymore, leaving a huge wall.
That You Would Be Able To seize the entire exhibit, complete with a Trump interview, on Friday at 11:35 p.m. ET.
Bonus: Watch Jimmy Fallon play Mitt Romney speaking to Mitt Romney
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