Jamie Foxx blows up on Twitter with his drop-dead on Trump impersonation!

Actor and comedian Jamie Foxx is a man of many talents but it is his flair for impersonations that is currently drawing raves, specifically his mimicking of former President Donald J. Trump which is blowing up on Twitter as users take to the platform to praise his performance.

The 54-year-old Foxx was filmed in a hotel room where he was recording a Rap Radar Podcast interview with rapper Snoop Dogg to promote the duo’s ultra-violent new Netflix action movie “Day Shift.” The Academy Award-winner surprised everyone when without warning, he shifted into Trump mode.

“There’s a lot of great people on both sides, lots of great people, on both sides,” Foxx said, conjuring the line from the hoax that won’t die, Trump’s 2017 remarks on the Charlottesville rally, as everyone in the room cracked up.

“I know Harry-O, He’s a great person. He couldn’t vote for me at the time, now he can vote for me when he gets out,” Foxx said, referring to Death Row Records co-founder Michael “Harry-O” Harris who was released from prison where he was serving for conspiracy to commit murder after being pardoned by Trump.

“I love Snoop D-O-Double G,” he continued, perfectly nailing the former president’s New York accent.

“Excuse me! Excuse me! Excuse me! Fake news,” Foxx said, invoking some of the favorite terms of the ex-POTUS.

“They tried to give the virus. I beat the virus!” Foxx exclaimed in his Trump voice as the others laughed hysterically.

Twitter users reacted to Foxx’s Trump-talking with their rave reviews.

Foxx got his big break when he appeared on the 1990’s comedy ensemble show “In Living Color” which also launched the career of Trump-hating fellow actor and comedian Jim Carrey, leading to his first dramatic film role in Oliver Stone’s take on pro football “Any Given Sunday,” showing the talent that would land him many more roles including his performance of legendary musician Ray Charles for which he won a Best Actor Oscar.

In his Netflix teaming with Dogg, Foxx plays a Los Angeles pool cleaner who moonlights as a vampire hunter, which is already drawing buzz for its bloody new trailer.

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