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Oddball Videos Show the Presidential Candidates as You've Never Seen Them Before

Playing Oddball Videos Show the Presidential Candidates as You've Never Seen Them Before

It looks like Donald Trump is ready for a fight as he flexes his muscles in this 1992 video that has recently emerged.

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Trump was apparently showing off his “guns” after radio personality Don Imus accused him on the air of looking flabby 24 years ago.

Trump, never one to not react to criticism, flexed to prove Imus wrong.

In another video from 2011, Trump performed odd jobs inside one of his hotels for a segment on The Oprah Winfrey Show.

In one portion of the skit, he worked as a porter, bringing bags into and out of the hotel.

“This is the first time I’ve carried luggage for anybody, including myself, in a long time,” Trump remarked. “It’s been a long time. But it was fun.”

He also dressed as an attendant and brought food to those who ordered room service.

"I hope you give me a nice, big, fat tip," he joked to the guests.

He also scrubbed bathrooms with the housekeeping staff, doing all the tasks in his signature bold ties.

In the end, he called it all "hard work."

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Trump is not the only one with vintage footage emerging, as a video featuring Hillary Clinton portraying Forrest Gump in 1995 emerged last year but is picking up steam again online as Election Day nears.

She dressed up as the beloved Tom Hanks character for a political roast for the Gridiron Club Dinner in Washington, D.C.

She donned four different wigs for the video sketch as she parodied famous lines from the film.

"My mama always said, 'Reporters are like a box of chocolates. Too many of them can kill you but the sweet ones are nice ones,'" Clinton joked.

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