If you have any sense of societal responsibility whatsoever, then you likely spent most of your Monday feverishly trying to text and/or call Donald "Troll Me Harder" Trump after Gawker reportedly leaked his personal number. Surely hilarious GIF senders aside, few really took the potential joke all the way — until Jimmy Fallon channeled Trump on Monday's Tonight Show. The clip above imagines a world wherein Obama actively reads Gawker (or, you know, Complex) and enjoys trolling one of the trolliest Republican trolls that ever shall troll.

Subtly acknowledging theories (just me?) that Trump is simply an undercover comedian or admittedly lazy performance artist attempting to malign the American political system by exposing its susceptibility to such trollings, fictional Obama asks barely fictional Trump to try a bit harder to not sound so fucking ridiculous so that he can actually secure the Republican nomination. "I'm ready for some entertainment," says fictional Obama. 

Of course, the greatest thing about parodying people like Donald Trump is that you don't necessarily have to exaggerate very much at all. After all, does anyone else in the current batch of potential candidates so fully embody both himself and his respective parody? The short answer is "No." The long answer, unequivocally, is "Nooooooooooooooo."

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