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Twins skit Jedward do a Donald Trump impression as he ‘hacks’ their Twitter account





Jedward have had social media in stiches with an hilarious take on the chaotic scenes unfolding in the US.

The twins took to Twitter pretending that Donald Trump had “hacked” their account after he had been banned from using the platform.

One of the twins later posted a voice message on the app in which they impersonated Mr Trump.

Taking to Twitter, the twins — better known as John and Edward Grimes — wrote: ‘Hey guys, it’s Donald. I have successfully got Russia involved and we successfully hacked the Jedward Twitter.

"These guys are fantastic, brilliant and have, most importantly, amazing hair.

"‘I don’t know what 2021 will hold for me. But, I have so far learned the slogan J to the E to the D to the Ward. Planet Jedward."

Jedward finished off their gag with one of the twins impersonating Melania Trump and telling Donald to ‘go to bed’.

The outgoing US President was served with a permanent ban after he continuously posted baseless and false information on the platform.

He routinely posted that the US Presidential Election was fraudulent without sharing evidence to back up his claims.

Twitter removed a number of Trump’s tweets about the incident as they noted some of the material could incite more violence.

With the incumbent President kicked off Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, he now needs to find a new way to communicate with his followers.

Now Jedward have filled in the gap with their hilarious impression that created a tidal wave of laughs.

One person laughed: "I first saw this at 3am and there was no way I was going to listen because I knew I’d get in trouble for laughing! So glad that Melania has also got fully on board with #TeamJedward!"

"He stand like an Oompa Loompa” HAHAHAHA omg I’m crying laughing at this point," added another.

One Twitter user added: ‘bloody brilliant, you're absolutely comedy gold’.

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