From Alec Baldwin to Jimmy Fallon, See Some of the Most Spot-On Donald Trump Impressions

Making America laugh again? Larger-than-life Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has inspired some hilarious impressions over the years — watch the video above for some of the funniest parodies.

Actor Alec Baldwin is currently earning raves for his spot-on version of the controversial businessman, 70, while taking on Kate McKinnon’s impression of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on Saturday Night Live’s funny presidential “debates.”

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Donald Trump speaks during the final presidential debate at the Thomas & Mack Center on the campus of the University of Las Vegas on Oct. 19, 2016. SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images

But the former 30 Rock star, 58, is just the latest in a long line of Trump impersonators who have poked fun at everything from the GOP candidate’s outsize ego to his unique hairstyle.

Master impressionist Jimmy Fallon has also previously showed off a killer Trump, quipping that "you wouldn’t want your hair to make you look ridiculous” in one clip.

Fellow SNL vets Taran Killam and Darrell Hammond have also channeled the former Celebrity Apprentice host on the late-night sketch-comedy show, with Killam bragging about Trump’s appeal and explaining: "Here’s the bottom line. I’m just like you — a regular Joe, but better.”

While Trump can sometimes seem thin-skinned, the presidential hopeful has shown he can be a good sport. The business mogul turned politician appeared next to Killam and Hammond — in character as the Donald, with matching suits and bright red ties — when Trump hosted SNL in November last year.

But the former TV personality wasn’t worried about the competition. “They don’t have my talent, my money or especially my good looks,” the real Trump joked on SNL.

Watch the video above to see Johnny Depp, Phil Hartman, Conan O’Brien and more stars show off their best impressions of the GOP presidential nominee!

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