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Teen Presidential Impersonator Appears as 'Little Donald' on 'Tonight'

The Illinois teen received attention last week when a video of him doing political impressions in his middle school graduation speech went viral

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    During Jimmy Fallon's impression of Donald Trump on "The Tonight Show", the host got a big hand from a "Little Donald" played by Jack Aiello, a 14-year-old with a knack for impersonating politicians. Read more here. (Published Thursday, June 23, 2016)

    Jimmy Fallon was joined by 14-year-old Jack Aiello on "The Tonight Show" Wednesday to help him do an impression of Donald Trump.

    The Illinois teen received attention last week when a video of his middle school graduation speech went viral. The video shows Aiello switching between impressions of all the presidential candidates while talking about his middle school experience.

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    Aiello joined Fallon on stage as "Little Donald," Trump's 14-year-old clone. Fallon, caked in orange-colored powder and donning a yellow mane as Trump, joked that the only person good enough to be his vice president was himself.

    "We think exactly alike," Aiello joked. "In fact we even finish each other's…"

    "Walls," Fallon answered.

    The duo also pretended to prank call Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, with Aiello switching into his Sanders and Clinton impersonations.

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    "Where did you learn all these amazing impressions?" Fallon asked.

    "Trump University," Aiello said.

    Aiello, who is as much a fan of Dana Carvey as he is of politics, hopes to have a career in politics or comedy in the future, his parents told NBC Chicago.

    --Eric Jankiewicz contributed to this story

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