Bernie Sanders has become a popular personality on the Presidential campaign trail. Last weekend, that was reinforced even more, when SNL had Larry David perform a very funny impression of the U.S. Senator from Vermont in the opening sketch.
I have been working on a Bernie Sanders voice impression for the past few weeks. Here is what I came up with:
Donald Trump just continues to dominate the news cycle, hanging onto his lead in the GOP polls.
My Trump voice impression was called upon again, and used in both live radio interviews over the phone, and as a recorded voice-over for radio station contest promos across the country.
Here are two of the interviews I did. The first was with acclaimed, best-selling author, Mitch Albom on his radio show on 760 WJR in Detroit:
The second interview was with "Connie and Curtis" on Channel 95.7 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. They happened to have video recorded the reaction of the hosts while I was on the line doing Trump. Fun to see their reactions as that is usually not the case with radio personalities.
And finally, here is a montage video of three different radio stations that chose to use my Donald Trump impression in their Station Contest Promos(2 of which are strictly cash contests, which is perfect for Trump, who knows a thing or two about cash and winning):