He’s back! Will Ferrell broke out his hilarious George W. Bush impression to weigh in on the presidential election — and share his thoughts on “disgraced pumpkin” Donald Trump.

The Saturday Night Live alum, 49, returned with his spot-on impression of the 43rd president as he stopped by Comedy Central’s @Midnight with Chris Hardwick on Tuesday, October 25.

Ferrell’s Dubya appeared on a segment called Voter Voices, where he represented the small but influential voting block of former presidents.

He began by addressing the controversy around his cousin Billy Bush, who was let go from NBC’s Today show October 17 after his lewd video with the Republican presidential nominee, 70, resurfaced earlier in the month.

“He’s been in the news a lot lately, him and that disgraced pumpkin Donald Trump, talking on that bus,” Ferrell as Bush began.  

“I just wanna say one thing: We Bushes don’t act like that, OK? We have standards and we’re raised a certain way. And we would never, under any circumstances, ride a bus. When you’re a Bush, you ride in a limousine or a jet. 

"Or maybe a monster truck called Sasquatch Express, but never a bus. It boggles the mind.”

Ferrell’s Bush slammed the former Celebrity Apprentice host, but admitted Trump’s controversial campaign had distracted people from his own shortcomings as president.

“This dunderhead is making me look great,” he bragged. “I destablized an entire region, Chris, but no one seems to care anymore. Thanks to the bozo Trump here, folks have forgotten how I tanked the economy or how I didn't get [Osama] bin Laden. Heck, Kanye West even said I hated hurricanes. But that's all forgotten now.”

Calling Trump a “dangerous man,” Ferrell as Bush also poked fun at the New York businessman’s claims that the election is being rigged against him.

“The only thing that’s rigged is that stuffed chupacabra on top of his head,” he said. “I don’t know how he keeps it on there, but I hope Hillary [Clinton] knocks it off.”

“Don’t do it, America. Don’t let that rotten sack of sweet potatoes anywhere near the White House,” he warned.

The comedian debuted his uncanny Bush impression during his popular run on Saturday Night Live from 1995 to 2002. He later played the former president in his one-man Broadway play, You’re Welcome America: A Final Night With George W. Bush, which ran in 2009 and aired as a special on HBO.

Watch the hilarious video — including Bush’s plan to move into an underground bunker if Trump wins the presidency — above! 

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