That's not President Trump in a hard hat ranting at a construction site. It's Thomas Mundy, who may just be the world's greatest Trump impersonator. Mundy, 58, is an iron worker from Long Island who's the spitting image of the president and sounds just like him too.
A co-worker recently posted a video of his impersonation online, where it went viral with over 3 million views.
"What a tremendous day here, the Long Island Rail Road is screwing up this job," says Mundy in the video. "It's a horrible job. I have hired my good friend, John Valenti, and his great wife, Rosie, they're tremendous people. I'm going to tell you right now, we have to come in and do this job on time and under budget", Thomas can be heard impersonating President Donald Trump.
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Meanwhile, practically every week, there's a minor hullabaloo over President Trump's shaky grasp of the English language, from his head-scratching grammatical tics to his painfully obvious misspellings. President Donald Trump had earlier claimed that one of his two greatest assets is "being, like, really smart". However, this statement is under scrutiny after Donald Trump mispronounced Bhutan and Nepal as “Button and Nipple” and the went on to incorrectly identify both as being part of India during a White House meeting with intelligence officials.
President Trump often tweets misspellings that are considered to be frequent mistakes for English speakers. These are typically phonic misspellings, like using an "e" in "separation" rather than an "a," or spelling "honour" with the wrong vowel.