NY construction worker's uncanny impersonation has been viewed more than ...

This New York construction worker's uncanny Donald impersonation has been viewed more than 3.1 million times online in less than 10 days Thomas Mundy, 58, of Long Beach, New York works as an iron worker with local union 66 in Long Island, New York He recorded his first impersonation of after announced he was running for president in 2015 Since then, Mundy's friends and fellow New Yorkers have been booking him for parties, weddings, charity events and professional gatherings Mundy was impersonating for his co-workers on April 9 when one of his colleagues asked if he could record the performance and post it on social media That video now has been viewed more than 3.1 million times in about a week Mundy says he's now in talks with Amazon Studios and talent agents about playing on at least one developing show

By Chauncey Alcorn For Dailymail.com

Published: 05:16 BST, 21 April 2019 | Updated: 05:16 BST, 21 April 2019

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Donald Trump impersonator, Thomas Mundy, 58, of Long Beach, New York, was featured in a viral video on April 9 that since has been viewed more than 3 million times on social media

Donald impersonator, Thomas Mundy, 58, of Long Beach, New York, was featured in a viral video on April 9 that since has been viewed more than 3 million times on social media

A New York construction worker who does an eerily good impression of fellow New Yorker-turned Commander and Chief Donald has been catching people's attention on social media.

Thomas Mundy, 58, of Long Beach, New York is the man seen nailing the President's speaking voice, mannerisms, and speech patterns in a viral clip that's been seen more than 3.1 million times on social media in about a week.

'I have other videos that are 20 times funnier than that,' Mundy told the Daily Mail on Saturday. 'By hook or by crook, whoever put it up must have had [a lot of followers].' 

The married, former comedian and local AM radio host who now works as an union iron worker for local union 66 in Long Island, told the Daily Mail he's been doing celebrity impressions since his younger days doing open mic sets at comedy clubs.

But Mundy didn't record his first impersonation of until announced he was running for president in 2015.

'I did a video on my roof. My wife filmed me as soon as he started running because people said I look like him,' Mundy

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