PoliticsWho Should Play Donald Trump For Hillary Clinton's Debate Prep?
Here are some ideas.
The current presidential election has been a hellscape of mythic proportions, and the only thing that makes it worse, besides every passing day, is the realization that the debates haven't even happened yet. That's right. We still have to see Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton be in the same room together even though it is technically illegal as it almost certainly qualifies for cruel and unusual punishment. Yet it's a requirement of the process, one which Clinton is inevitably preparing for through mock debates. For maximum preparedness, she's going to need someone to go up against someone who can mimic him. Sure, you can get an expert impressionist like Anthony Atamanuik, but why not get a bit more creative? Here are some ideas for stand-ins.
For your rantin' and ravin' needs, turn to Mel Gibson who should be able to deliver great moments of rage off the cuff. The man has been preparing for this job since he entered this world, and have a few solid outbursts under his belt that rival Trump himself.
The Original Oscar the Grouch Puppet
Take a look at the original orange Oscar the Grouch and tell me you don't see a resemblance in face and demeanor. This little grump would be great to go against Clinton to cross arms and smirk. Warning: side effects may include a ruined childhood.
Eric Trump and Donald Trump, Jr. Standing On Each Other's Shoulders With a Big Trench Coat On
This one's foolproof, you see, because Donald Trump is similar to his sons, only bigger and twice as abrasive. With both smaller Trumps stacked on each other's shoulders and the force of their personalities combined, Clinton is guaranteed to have a solid and accurate debate.
The Ghost of Boss Tweed
Who better to go against Hillary Clinton than the ghost of William Tweed? The 19th century head of Tammany Hall, Tweed was a significant landowner who oversaw widespread corruption and over time stole $200 million from taxpayers. Ya gotta admit, the dude probably would be good practice.
The Halfway Point in an Animorphs Transition Between a Birds Nest and Unbaked Bread
It's not going to be able to deliver the talking points, but it's gonna be helpful on a visual level at least, to build up Clinton's tolerance.