'Fuller House' Cast Trades Olsen Twins for Donald Trump in Hilarious Jimmy Fallon Sketch

By Victoria Guerra | Feb 18, 2016 11:00 AM EST
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A week before the 90's revival Fuller House hits Netflix at the end of February, the cast is currently doing press tours to promote their new project. However, two cast members notably missing from this first season of the show are Olsen twins Mary-Kate and Ashley, but The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon is more than happy top play Michelle Tanner...getting Donald Trump instead!

A year after Fallon's viral Saved by the Bell clip, where he reunited the cast of the beloved show, the Saturday Night Live alum is going back to the '90s, spicing it up with a present-day Trump reference.

According to Vogue, the new clip acknowledges how the Olsen twins are missing from the 1990s revival, trades the character that made them famous, Michelle Tanner, and changes it for a new family member: billionaire turned politician Trump, played by Fallon.

In the video, Trump wakes up in Michelle's old room, scared because of the New Hampshire primary.

Hearing his cry, original Full House star Bob Saget comes to his aid and asks him what's wrong. Then Saget, along with John Stamos and Dave Coulier, explain to Trump that, while they know he loves winning, he's come very far and they're all proud of them.

"You guys are right," said Fallon's Trump on the video, as Entertainment Weekly reports.. "I need to stay in the race. Otherwise a Clinton will be in the White House again. I mean, who wants to see something from the '90s come back in 2016?"

Of course, the clip then brings back the rest of the returning cast, including Lori Anne Loughlin, Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin. Right in the middle of the conversation, Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber) pops in randomly after forcing herself into the house, which obviously prompts Trump to go on a rant about not letting people in that easy.

After the Tanners explain that they love Kimmy and they should understand her, the cast and Fallon sing the show's original theme, "Everywhere You Look."

Watch the nostalgia-filled clip below --- and prepare for the Fuller House premiere on Netflix next February 26!

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