Mike Myers reprises Dr. Evil character to take aim at President Trump

Posted April 06, 2018

Dr. Evil ended the interview by announcing that he was running for president under the slogan, "Make the World Evil Again".

'And I didn't want the Mexicans to pay for it, ' he said. "But Steve Bannon got that job", Evil said.

He told Fallon that "all the evil stuff" in the administration was his doing - except for deporting Dreamers. Evil said in the bit, ensuring to give a devious chuckle and raise his pinky to his lips, two of the evil mastermind's signature moves. Evil Wednesday night to jokingly reveal a secret he's been harboring over the past few months: he'd been working as an "ideas guy" for Trump until his abrupt firing. Evil even claimed he wanted Alec Baldwin to pay for the border wall, not Mexico.

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He also said that he was more of an ideas guy and that instead of building a wall between the border of the US and Mexico, he wanted to build a moat and fill it with spiky blowfish. "Even I have my limits", said Dr.

When asked if he made any friends there, Evil replied: "I got along swimmingly with Ben Carson...we were both evil doctors that didn't know why we were there". The former "SNL" star told Fallon that during down time on the set, he filmed a mini zombie apocalypse movie with his phone that turned into an unlikely commercial: "See 'Shrek 4'".

Mike then appeared onscreen outfitted as the villain of the Austin Powers movies, the last of which was released in 2002, and sat in a chair as Jimmy questioned, "Dr. Evil?" You just don't know which one'.

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Winning team: As for his future presidential run, he said he's found the flawless running mate - a "man more hated right now than Donald Trump". Evil of Austin Powers fame.

That character would be Dr.

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