Fallon as Trump Delivers Goofy, Grandiose Super Tuesday Victory Speech

'Tonight Show' host pledges to make America and 'American Idol' great again

Jimmy Fallon brought back his Donald Trump impression to deliver a ridiculously pompous Super Tuesday victory speech on 'The Tonight Show' Wednesday

Jimmy Fallon once again overheated himself in a tanning bed and doffed the fur of some strange animal to play Donald Trump and deliver an outrageous, pompous Super Tuesday victory speech on The Tonight Show Wednesday.

Fallon, as Trump, opened by boasting how he was on track to win at least a million states and then thanked New Jersey Governor Chris Christie — a cardboard cutout behind him — for his "unblinking support." He also answered several questions from reporters, most having to do with his failure to offer a straight disavowal of former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke, during a CNN interview.

"First of all, I love the KKK," "Trump" replied. "Kim, Khloé, Kourtney, they're fantastic people, I've known them a long time. As for David Duke, I've already disavowed that, I've disavowed it like five times. But everyone's like, 'Damn, Donald! Back at it again with the white supremacists.'"

The speech closed with "Trump" expanding his political ambitions to win not just the White House, but the final season of American Idol, promising, "Together, we can make American Idol great again!"

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