WATCH: 8th Grader Impersonates Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz, Bernie Sanders In Hilarious Graduation Speech
Admit it; you think graduation speeches are predictable. Sometimes, it can be boring. But that’s not how Jack Aiello’s graduation speech went when the eighth-grade student stood in front of his schoolmates at Thomas Middle School.Advertisement
For one thing, Aiello impersonated not one but four presidential candidates along with the sitting U.S. president himself. One thing is certain; Jack may make it as a comedian in the future.
As Donald Trump, Jack talked about the fact that it’s great they got to learn several foreign languages in school. In spectacular Trump fashion, he remarked, “I love China. I mean, I have so many terrific friends in China.” Nonetheless, Spanish is “muy fantastic.”
As Senator Ted Cruz, Jack spoke about some of the creative arts classes they had done in school, including one that required them to sew. “I had a Lamborghini on it and I can assure you that that Lamborghini is still a throw pillow on my bed each and everyday!”
As President Barack Obama, Jack said, “Some of the best memories that we had were gym class and PE. On rainy days, we would go into the small gym and do yoga. And I’m proud to say that I’ve completely mastered the downward dog.”
Meanwhile, as Hillary Clinton, Jack took the opportunity to thank teachers for everything they had learned. And in true Clinton fashion, he remarked, “Now, we’re ‘gonna take all those skills and apply them to high school. And thanks to our teachers, we have all the tools we need to succeed in this next chapter of our lives and they all deserve a big round of applause.”
Lastly, as Senator Bernie Sanders, Jack said, “Why should students have to pay for their own cinnamon rolls? Doesn’t make any sense! What we need is a cinnamon roll revolution.”
Overall, Jack impressions were spot on. Perhaps he can get an internship in late night TV soon.
Meanwhile, Ted Cruz sent a shoutout to Jack saying, “Ok, this kid is funny! Nicely done, and congrats on graduating!”