Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon Are So Close They Can Communicate Through …

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Donald Trump appears on Jimmy Fallon show (video): Donald Trump in the news.

During The Tonight Show Monday, the comedic duo debuted a brand new sketch. Donald Trump joined Jimmy Fallon on “The Tonight Show” Friday night for an interview and a little skit where the 2016 presidential candidate interviewed himself.Jimmy Fallon had one of his greatest shows EVER last week when he had Justin Timberlake stop by to give us the History of Rap 6 as well as judge a lip sync battle between Jimmy and Ellen DeGeneres! The made-for-late-night-television candidate appeared on Friday’s “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” Trump spoke with his “reflection”— a parody played by host Jimmy Fallon — in a skit where he is supposedly preparing for the interview.

Last night, the TV host and his musical bestie were in a short but HIGHlarious skit (above) where they did nothing but communicate with each other through looks and eye movements — with Peter Gabriel’s In Your Eyes playing of course. Jimmy Fallon conducted a lengthy but consequence-free interview with the Republican frontrunner, who continues to dominate the GOP field with his off-the-cuff campaign style.

You’ll definitely want to check it out, but try not to get lost in their eyes and make sure you stay until the end to find out what Will Ferrell is doing there!! Instead, the talk show host and singer communicated only through a series of dramatic glances, akin to forbidden lovers stealing looks at each other from opposite ends of a room. After several intimate shots of the men hamming up their individual close-ups, the camera panned out, only to show that the they were standing right next to each other. The host took Trump by surprise only once, when he asked the candidate whether he had ever apologized, even going back to his childhood. “This was not supposed to be one of the questions,” Trump said before answering. “I fully think apologizing is a great thing but you have to be wrong.” Trump did not rule out apologizing in the future. “I will absolutely apologize sometime in the hopefully distant future if I’m ever wrong,” he said: Los Angeles Times Trump said Sunday that increasing CEO pay is “a total and complete joke” but that he can’t do anything to change it. “It does bug me. Hilarity further ensued when Will Ferrell showed up for a well-timed guest appearance, popping up in a keyhole window to spy on the couple in the other room, shooting equally intense stares.

It’s very hard if you have a free enterprise system to do anything about that,” Trump said in an interview on CBS’ “Face the Nation” Sunday. “You know the boards of companies are supposed to do it but I know companies very well and the CEO puts in all his friends…and they get whatever they want you know because their friends love sitting on the board.” “That’s the system that we have and it’s a shame and its disgraceful,” Trump said: CBS News The tailgate party scene at the annual Iowa State-University of Iowa football game was tailor-made for Wisconsin governor Scott Walker, a football fan who’s at his retail politicking-best when playing the Midwestern everyman role. Known for his huge online presence, Fallon will brings along with him numerous popular segments, celebrity sketches and musical parodies that fans have grown to love on “Late Night”, including #Hashtags, Thank You Notes and Slow Jam the News. It didn’t matter much anyway: it quickly became apparent that many of the hundreds of attendees who had packed into and around the tent, sponsored by the Iowa GOP, couldn’t see the main stage, and thought—and hoped—they were watching Trump instead. “We want Trump! A new Washington Post/ABC poll released Sunday shows that Trump would trail Clinton 46% to 43% among registered voters if the general election were held today. The poll displays the extent to which Republican voters — many of whom dislike Trump — would rather support any candidate associated with their party over Clinton: Business Insider Mark Cuban, like Trump, is a billionaire, having made his first huge fortune on the sale of Broadcast.com in 1999.

And just like Trump, Cuban is no stranger to controversy: He has been repeatedly fined by the NBA for his boisterous criticism of referees during games of the basketball team he owns, the Dallas Mavericks. Interviews conducted by the survey research firm YouGo found Perry lost more than 60 percent of his May supporters to Trump, while Christie lost 57 percent. The organization did early interviews before it was known Trump would declare, so nearly every Republican in the survey had an initial preference for someone other than him. The latest feud began Thursday when Paul, referring to Trump, said “I don’t really think there’s anything conservative about him and I think he’s selling us a bill of goods.

The two feuded after Trump’s controversial remarks about Mexican immigrants; the network subsequently refused to air the Miss USA pageant, which instead aired on Reelz with lower ratings than previous years.

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