Will Ferrell returns as George Bush on 'Not the White House Correspondents Dinner'

Los Angeles [USA], Apr 30 (ANI): Will Ferrell shocked the audiences present at Samantha Bee's 'Not the White House Correspondents Dinner' event by reviving his George W. Bush impression last night. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the 49-year-old-actor made a surprise appearance at the event, reviving his 'Saturday Night Live' impression of the former president. He started by saying, "For the longest time I was considered the worst president of all time - that has changed," Ferrell said as Bush to loud applause. Needed eight years, a catastrophic flood, a war built on a lie and an economic disaster. The new guy only needed a hundred days." Ferrell as Bush then addressed the media in the room and said, "You guys would always sneak up on me with 'gotcha' questions. Like, why are we going to war? Gotcha! Why did you not respond to Hurricane Katrina? Gotcha! What is your middle name? Gotcha! I just wish someone would've told me all you gotta say is 'fake news' over and over again."

Ferrell continued to mock President Donald Trump and called him a "snowflake" and a "weak man." The 'Zoolander 2' star also poked fun at Bush's post-presidential career as a painter by debuting an unfinished piece of Trump, kicking off his Portraits of Not Courage collection. "As you can see, I exhausted my palette of yellows and oranges. It's a strange hue," he said. Ferrell concluded by giving a fashion update to President Trump and said that the tie stops at the belt and a big long tie that goes past your mid-thigh does not mean what you think it means. While, his final advice to the current US President was, "Eat a Salad." Will Ferrell's impression of Bush was a highlight during his time as a cast member on 'Saturday Night Live,' and he's brought the impression back to the show several times in the years since he departed. (ANI)