Mike Myers reprises his role as 'Dr. Evil' on 'Tonight Show'

Mike Myers reprises his role as 'Dr. Evil' on 'Tonight Show'

Mike Myers reprises his role as 'Dr. Evil' on 'Tonight Show'

Fallon asked about Evil's feelings towards Donald Trump Jr. But last night on The Tonight Show, host Jimmy Fallon brought on a surprise guest, billed as the most recent Trump administration official to be fired.

As Fallon gasped, "Dr".

"No, it's Adam Levine", Myers, as Dr. "But Steve Bannon got that job", Evil said. The wall, the wall that was all me. "I didn't want the Mexicans to pay for it, I wanted Alec Baldwin to pay for it", the antagonist smiled, referencing the actor's portrayal of the American leader on the long-running sketch series Saturday Night Live.

Then Dr. Evil announced he's running for president in 2020 with the flawless "evil" running mate: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Evil took credit for Trump's proposed "Space Force" (Trump literally wants the United States army to go into space), and "all the most evil plots". Evil had done at the White House, to which he explained that he was "more of an ideas guy". Evil responded. "I'm evil, but I'm not a monster".

But deporting dreamers was never a part of his plan.

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Jimmy was just as shocked as everyone else to learn that Dr.

Dr. Evil ended the interview by announcing that he was running for president under the slogan, "Make the World Evil Again".

During his short cabinet gig, Evil got along well with HUD Secretary Ben Carson, what with them both being "evil doctors who did not know why they were there".

Winning team: As for his future presidential run, he said he's found the ideal running mate - a "man more hated right now than Donald Trump".

Myers was on The Tonight Show to promote his upcoming film Terminal, a neo-noir starring and produced by Margot Robbie, which also features Simon Pegg and Max Irons.

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