Bryan Cranston's Donald Trump Impression Is Pretty Damn Impressive

​"Let me tell you, it is 'uuuge"

A few weeks ago, we told you about Bryan Cranston's brain-scratching decision to take up the role of galactic-sage Zordon in the new Power Rangers movie.

But it looks like Zordon isn't the only ridiculous, bigheaded mouthpiece that Cranston is gearing up to play.

In an interview with The Today Show, where Cranston was discussing his new film The Infiltrator, he was asked if there was anyone he'd like to play in a future role.

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"I'd like to play Donald Trump at some point," said Cranston. "He's huge. He's this Shakespearean character. Who wouldn't want to take a bite out of that?"

Before long, he was goaded into a spot-on impression of the doom-mongering Republican nominee. Skip to 3:56 in the video above.

What do you think?

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