When it comes to Trump, just about everything in his presidency — his tweets, his weird antics, and even his grammar — is unpredictable, but the one thing that has remained a constant is his staff turnover rate. Any time a crisis strikes, it's announced that someone is out — and we don't blame them. But the most recent member of Trump's cabinet to flee the scene did come as a bit of a surprise to us because *evil laugh* it's Dr. Evil!
The hilarious Mike Myers character was resurrected and brought back into the spotlight during Wednesday night's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, confessing to being Trump's most recent firing and letting everyone in on some behind-the-scenes drama at the White House.
In the hilarious video above, Dr. Evil said he "naturally" was going to be Trump's "Secretary of Evil, but Steve Bannon got that job." Instead, he was more of an "ideas guy," taking credit for the wall and all the evil things to come out of the current presidency . . . well, except deporting dreamers. "No, Jimmy, even I have my limits. I'm evil, but I'm not a monster," he said. Dr. Evil went on taking jabs at Ben Carson, Donald Trump Jr., and even Mark Zuckerberg.
Too bad he couldn't go back in time and steal Trump's "mojo." Watch the hilarious clip above.