"This is going to be a insane one", he said. Known for his huge online presence, Fallon will brings along with him numerous popular segments, celebrity sketches and musical parodies that fans have grown to love on "Late Night", including #Hashtags, Thank You Notes and Slow Jam the News.
"And yet we've made so much progress", Trump replied. "Four more weeks! Four more weeks!" "Lord knows that every president has been angered by their news coverage, going back to George Washington", he said. In fact, if you ask any American, they'll say that I've managed to make the last four weeks feel like four years", he said and then chanted, "Four more weeks! "So now you know".
The late night comedian mocked the hell out of Trump's press conference this week, one in which he attacked a Jewish reporter for asking a mean question and rambled on as he's been known to do. Fake news. Oooh, fake! (We're pretty sure we get why he felt it appropriate to ask for "nice" questions, and to ask a black reporter about her "friends" at the Congressional Black Caucus.) Even watching the thing play out in friendly, Jimmy Fallon-form won't shed much light on the matter, because it's almost impossible to distinguish which ramblings are fake and which are presidential quotes that might end up in history books. Fallon's Trump has a different take: "I'm calling it faux news". I've changed the name.
When Fallon as Trump was asked to address his administration's recent mistakes, he replied: "Look, it's not my problem".
Fallon pulled out a Magic 8-ball to answer questions about his administration's contact with Russian Federation and announced that Beyoncé will replace U.S. Labor Secretary nominee Andrew Puzder because "who knows more about going into labour than someone carrying twins".
Many other people took to Twitter to praise Fallon's impression.
Watch the full skit below...