'Fired Trump official' Dr. Evil will run for 2020 presidency to 'Make the World Evil Again'
Despite of getting fired by President Trump, Dr. Evil hasn't turned sour to politics and is already planning a 2020 run for president against the only person hated more than Trump
Dr Evil from the Austin Powers universe made an appearance on the Jimmy Fallon show on Wednesday "minutes after Trump fired" him from his cabinet.
According to Dr Evil, in Mike Myers first appearance as Dr. Evil since 2014, he had been working in Trump administration till being fired, and he now plans to make a presidential bid in 2020.
“I had no idea that you were part of the Trump administration," said a surprised Fallon “The Tonight Show” to kick off his “exclusive” interview.
“What exactly did you do there?”
Dr. Evil replied; "Well, naturally, I was going to be secretary of evil. But Steve Bannon got that job.” And apparently even with Bannon gone, the job never went to him; as the supervillain explained, “I was more of an ideas guy, really.”
What kind of ideas did he give? Dr. Evil took credit for the controversial wall along the Mexican border as well as the now-infamous “Space Force.”
“The wall, that was all me,” he said. “But I wanted it to be a moat filled with spiky blowfish. And I didn’t want the Mexicans to pay for it; I wanted Alec Baldwin to pay for it.”
“All the most evil stuff was me,” Dr. Evil said it proud. “Even deporting Dreamers?” countered Fallon. “No, Jimmy, even I have my limits,” admitted Dr. Evil. “I’m evil, but I’m not a monster,” he retorted and there was a resounding laughter.
As a part of Trump's administration, Dr. Evil shared that he got along “swimmingly” with Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson since they were “both evil doctors who didn’t know why we were there.”
Jimmy asked about Donald Trump Jr and Dr. Evil instantly termed the guy "creepy AF."
"He looks like he is missing a facial feature, you just don't know which one," said Dr. Evil with an unwittingly straight face.
And it turns out being dismissed from his post hasn’t soured Dr. Evil on politics. He’s already planning a 2020 run for president.
“I found the perfect running mate,” he said, revealing his plans to run with “the only man who’s more hated right now than Donald Trump”: Mark Zuckerberg.