Jimmy Fallon's Rosetta Stone Spoof Will Help Anyone Translate Donald Trump

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Translators of the world, Jimmy Fallon has your back.

Amid reports that interpreters are struggling to understand President Donald Trump because “it sounds like he’s speaking his own language,” the “Tonight Show” host unveiled a new (spoof) Rosetta Stone program on Friday.

The “Trumpese” edition of the language learning software helps people get to grips with what the commander in chief is really trying to say. So now there’s no excuse.


Check out the full segment above.

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