Invasion of the Trumps! Presidential Impersonators Compete to Host New Show

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A slew of Donald Trump impersonators took the stage at the famed Laugh Factory in Hollywood Wednesday night.

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The impressionists were competing for the chance to host a fake news comedy show for the club’s website.

The club announced the competition in February. Owner Jamie Masada told CBS Los Angeles: “We’ve launched a competition that is open to every race, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin and age.”

He added: “Following our recent Funniest Person in the World competition that featured comedians from 56 countries, the Laugh Factory is bringing the global comedy community together again to find the funniest Trump impression in any language.”

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The winner was crowned Thursday night as John Di Domenico, who makes a living as a Trump impersonator in Vegas, took home the top prize.

There's no word yet as to when the show will air online.

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