08/07/2014 08:57 am ET

Guy Does Impressions Of All 44 Presidents In This Sound Tour Of History

Have you ever wondered what all 44 US presidents sound like? Well, wonder no more because Mikey Bolts is here to take you on a sound tour though history.

Watch him impersonate every head honcho from the slow talkin' Obama to the twangy Bushes to the authoritative Lincoln.

Okay, so not all his impressions are spot-on (toward the end, ahem ahem), but he still gives us a pretty good idea of what our country's leaders might have sounded like.

Watch the video above to see for yourself.

[via Laughing Squid ]



  • Abraham Lincoln
    Matt Mc
    A statue of Abraham Lincoln stands outside the Washington, D.C. cottage he lived in while getting away from the White House during his presidency.
  • Theodore Roosevelt
    Library of Congress
    Theodore Roosevelt returning to Glenwood Springs, Colorado after his bear hunt in 1905.
  • Lyndon B. Johnson
    Stan Wayman / The LIFE Picture Collection / Getty Images
    Lyndon B. Johnson riding his Tennessee Walking Horse as he surveys the ranch he bought in 1951.
  • John F. Kennedy
    Underwood Archives / Getty Images
    John F. Kennedy with some of the Kennedy children walk up the street to a nearby store to buy candy while vacationing in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts on July 29, 1961.
  • Ronald Reagan
    Pete Souza / AP
    Ronald Reagan paddles a canoe while at his ranch in April 1985 near Santa Barbara, California. Reagan canoed and rode horses to keep in shape.
  • George H.W. Bush
    Rick Bowmer / AP
    George H.W. Bush fishing in the Kennebunk River in Kennebunkport, Maine on July 3, 1989.
  • Bill Clinton
    Luke Frazza / AFP / Getty Images
    Bill and Hillary Clinton hike through Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park on August 20, 1995.
  • George W. Bush
    Eric Draper / The White House / AP
    George W. Bush clears cedar at his ranch in Crawford, Texas on August 9, 2002.
  • Barack Obama
    Pete Souza / The White House
    Barack Obama swimming at Pyramid Rock Beach in Kaneohe Bay during a winter vacation in Hawaii.