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SNL Asked People in the Street to Do Donald Trump Impressions

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Saturday Night Live’s Colin Jost and Michael Che mingled with normals in Cleveland where the Republican National Convention is happening to get them to take their best stabs at Donald Trump impressions.

Sorry, Jimmy Fallon, but you have nothing on the random pedestrians Che and Jost engaged in politics in this video posted Wednesday. Feeding the participants some of Trump’s greatest hits about his own humility, the Weekend Update hosts got people to impersonate the Republican nominee by saying “huge” a lot. They wrangled some mature men, some millennial voters and exactly one woman in an American flag collared shirt. Jost failed to get anything air-worthy from an interesting looking protester in a Hillary mask, but he did get one guy to do a spot-on impression of Bill Clinton abandoning his wife for Trump.

Oh, and no one can point out Mike Pence in a lineup yet. When asked to identify the running mate out of a bunch of dudes on a poster board, people chose a young Jay Leno, Ted Danson, Steve Martin, and the dad from Frasier.

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