WATCH: Fallon dressed as Donald Trump to interview Donald Trump

There might not be anyone better equipped to interview Donald Trump than Jimmy Fallon, given that you need a special sense of humor to survive that interaction.

On "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" last week, Fallon dressed up as Trump for a skit that involved Trump interviewing "himself" in the mirror.

"I'm about to go out for my interview with Jimmy Fallon," Fallon says in the opening. "I'll call you back after I comb my hair. Talk to you in three hours."

When the question of how Trump would build a wall on the Mexico border comes up, Fallon gives a better response than the real Trump could ever give: "How am I gonna get Mexico to build a wall? Eaassssy. I'll challenge them to the biggest game of Jenga ever. I'll make them set up the board. And then when they finish I'll say, 'I don't wanna play anymore.'"

This whole video is gold, and it doesn't even matter how you feel about the real Trump. Fallon is that funny here -- a way better and more ridiculous Trump than even Trump himself. Enjoy a good laugh.

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