Watch As A Metal Musician Pretends To Be Clint Eastwood And Calls Donald Trump.

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The metal musician and radio show host completed the prank call in just two days. Jason Rockman of Slaves On Dope contacted Donald Trump while pretending to be Clint Eastwood.

The call took place on September 13 with Rockman and his Énergie radio station co-host Sébastien Trudel, who also convinced Trump that he was UFC legend Georges St-Pierre. American journalists were asked to listen in on the call between the two Canadian radio DJs and the former US President, according to CTV News.

“It’s an honour to talk to you again,” Trump told Rockman, who believed he actually was Eastwood. Trump then went on to address how he is the first current or former president in US history to face criminal charges, all while his third presidential bid is underway for 2024.

“I have to be the only guy ever to get indicted and my [polling numbers] are up 25 per cent. That’s never happened. Normally, it’s, ‘Ladies and gentlemen, I’ll be resigning today.’ You know, but it’s fine. I’ve really learned to live with it,” Trump said.

Trudel then took over the phone call as St-Pierre and proposed a fight as a way to help raise money for Trump’s presidential campaign. “Well, that’s very good, Georges. We’ll talk about that,” replied the former president.

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After a few minutes, the radio show hosts disclosed that it was all a joke. “One more thing, Mr. President. Actually, you’re on Énergie right now. “It was a prank call, Mr. President,” Rockman said, to which Trump replied, “It sounded a little hokey, but that’s okay.” That’s something I’ve had previously.”

Both hosts were shocked at how quickly they were able to conduct a prank call with a past president in an interview with Noovo Info.

“Usually, it takes between one and three months to pull off a stunt like this,” Trudel told Noovo Info.

As Blabbermouth reports, the prank only took them two days after Rockman spoke to to someone at the front desk of one of the golf clubs owned by Trump. With much success, the president’s former White House receptionist got back to Rockman to inquire about a time and date to conduct the call.

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