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Dana Carvey's Impression Of Trump Starting World War III Is Entirely Too Accurate

"We had such a fabulous nuclear war, OK?"

Alec Baldwin has some competition for the best Donald Trump impression

Dana Carvey showed off his incredible impersonation of the Republican presidential candidate during a Thursday stop on “The Howard Stern Show.” The former “SNL” star is promoting his new Netflix special, “Straight White Male, 60.” 

With a little prodding from Stern, Carvey fired off 17 rapid fire “micro-impressions” of everyone from Michael Caine as a toddler to Robin Williams and Bernie Sanders, but it was his Trump impression that was the best. Posing as Trump “selling” the American public on starting World War III, Carvey’s impression was eerily accurate. 

“We had such a fabulous nuclear war, OK? Terrific, terrific,” the comedian said in all-too familiar tone while mimicking Trump’s tics and mannerisms. “Our bunkers are tremendous. Chinese bunkers? Total disasters.” 

It’s all just too real. Hopefully Trump catches wind of Carvey’s impression, as it’ll likely have his tiny hands curled up into tiny fists.

Editor’s note: Donald Trump regularly incites political violence and is a serial liar, rampant xenophobe, racist, misogynist and birther who has repeatedly pledged to ban all Muslims — 1.6 billion members of an entire religion — from entering the U.S.

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