The fake president avoids embarrassment by rejecting a glass of water in favor of a hamster water bottle, while also discussing his "fantastic" State of the Union address.
The Democrats may have had the official response to Donald Trump's State of the Union address on Tuesday night, but Jimmy Fallon was ready with the follow-up.
He offered the only official look inside the post-game press conference where a triumphant Donald Trump could be seen patting himself on the back for delivering "the Super Bowl of State of the Union speeches."
"The only thing missing was Adam Levine's nipples," Fallon said in full Trump makeup and hair. He also deftly avoided another water-drinking meme through clever use of a water bottle that has to be seen to be believed.
The fake president then talked about his vision for the next year, which proved to be a very clever way to get what he wants without having to shut down the government again. It's all about bringing people together.
"Over the next year my number one priority as president will be to build bridges," he said solemnly. "And then turn them sideways to make them into walls."
But while Trump's message of unity and rejecting "politics of revenge" was met with skepticism from may of his critics, there was one man who was firmly in his corner.
"I was very, very, very fantastic tonight," Fallon's Trump said. "Wasn't I fantastic? Everybody's talking about how fantastic I was."
And while not everybody is saying that, at least Trump wasn't alone in this worldview, at least according to Fallon's fake Trump. After rejecting CNN as "fake news" and MSNBC with a "thank u next," he was more than happy to take a question from Fox News.
"Congratulations on giving the greatest speech in human history, you did it," said the unseen reporter.
"That is a fantastic question," Fallon's Trump crowed. Is it too soon to call this the greatest performance by a president in a post-SOTU press conference in the history of mankind?
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