The GOP frontrunner is going for the biggest job in the world, so the “Tonight Show” host quizzed him on his suitability for the position
With any major career move, it’s important to carefully prepare for the interview process — even when the job you seek is U.S. president. And that’s exactly what Jimmy Fallon helped Donald Trump do when he appeared on “The Tonight Show” Monday.
Going for the “biggest job in the world,” the GOP frontrunner answered a list of standard job interview questions while Fallon evaluated his qualifications to be POTUS.
“How did you hear about the position?” Fallon opened, before asking: “Do you want to tell me a little but about yourself?”
“Well, I am extraordinarily handsome person, I have a beautiful head of hair, I was always a good student and I always worked hard,” came the modest reply from Trump.
When asked why he wants the job, Trump answered with his campaign tagline: “Because I want to make America great again,” before citing his strengths as “bringing people together… although a lot would say the exact opposite.”
The candidate said his weaknesses was never being willing to forget — or to forgive.
As for whether he was willing to relocate from New York City to Washington, D.C., for the position, the smug reply was, “I love the White House.”
But in possibly Trump’s biggest lie yet during his presidential bid, he told Fallon that he would be “very, very uncomfortable” with media attention.
While the initial interview seemed to go well, the big question is: Would you hire him to be President of the United States?
“The Tonight Show” airs at 11:35 p.m. on NBC.