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WWE star John Cena impersonates Hillary Clinton (video)

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Donald Trump Calls Hillary Clinton 'The Devil'

WWE star John Cena is no stranger to taking on roles, whether it's for his wrestling persona or in movie appearances like "Trainwreck." Recently, he undertook what may be his toughest role yet, as he tried to play the part of Hillary Clinton to his "Teen Choice Awards" co-host's Donald Trump.

Cena was decked out in a pink women's business suit, while also wearing a white necklace, U.S. flag pin and poofy blond wig. It was a classic Hillary look with the added effect of Cena's chiseled mug and physique to give it that comedic look.

The bit also featured comedian and actor Keegan-Michael Key as he poked fun at the fact Trump looked so short in person. Then again, Victoria Justice was standing next to a towering version of Hillary portrayed by John Cena. Based on the clip, Cena and Justice had trouble keeping it together towards the end of the segment as they bust out laughing over the hilarity of their costumes.

One has to wonder if this will carry over to the WWE somehow. In the past, they've featured some tie-ins with the elections, but seeing as Donald Trump is a friend of WWE owner Vince McMahon, they may hold off from mocking the business mogul. That said, there was no political insults made towards either candidate on the "Teen Choice Awards" stage, but plenty to laugh about.

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