Johnny Depp: I'd take over 'SNL's' Trump impersonation

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Thursday's edition of The Ellen DeGeneres Show featured Ellen and guest Johnny Depp having a chat as part of his promotional blitz for Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales. "I ran out like a scared rat". "But this one I did see because it's the fifth one. You deserve to not be spoon-fed formula". "So I tried to up the stakes a little with some of the jokes".

But while promoting the film Depp said he didn't think it would be such a success! "I was right on the way out of the Disney premises".

That's not to say Captain Jack Sparrow doesn't already have experience impersonating Trump.

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But, Ellen clearly was not satisfied with his response as she further prod him, "You're not being honest". And you see this incredible courage in their faces. He said it was the parents who would fall apart the most.

Not buying his answers, DeGeneres goes on with the game, and Depp tells her that his "first celebrity crush" was actress Carol Channing and the best kisser of his many co-stars is Javier Bardem, who is in the latest Pirates movie with Depp.

"Well, I've seen Trump do Trump", said the actor. "I know what it feels like, yeah".

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Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump impression has taken over "Saturday Night Live", but nobody puts Johnny Depp's Trump in a corner.

"Sure", responded Depp. "Because then basically, Alec's done all of the work".

Depp made his feelings on the president clear, stating: "I just love the fact that, even worse than me he's unable to finish, to form a sentence that becomes vocabulary that actually works together".

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