Donald Trump proved that he can get down as well as anyone in a “Saturday Night Live” parody of Drake‘s “Hotline Bling” music video.
The sketch, starring Jay Pharoah as Drake, spoofed the hip-hop artist’s dance moves from the meme-worthy music video released last month. “I’m proud of my dance moves,” he sings in the parody. “Because lots of people dance like this. Bet your father dance like me.”
Trump appears in the video as one of the “tax guys” who can dance as well as the rapper does in the “Hotline Bling” video. He even gives his best attempt at singing one of Drake‘s lines while he dances with Pharoah, Taran Killam, Bobby Moynihan and Beck Bennett.
The music video goes on to compare Drake‘s dancing to that of a dad, a physics teacher chaperoning a dance and a sports fan celebrating a score.
Martin Short also appears as the pointy-haired character from his days as “Saturday Night Live” cast member, Ed Grimley, showing off his best-worst dance moves.
“Drizzy Drake, you stole my moves and that’s no lie,” he says in the parody.