"Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon did his Donald Trump impression on a phone call to rival Republican presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas on April 14 (video below).
"Trump" asked Cruz if he was watching the Democratic presidential debate, and Cruz replied, "Nope, I'm watching 'The Princess Bride' for the 843rd time."
"Trump" then told Cruz that he was going to prep him for the "Tonight Show," reports RawStory and Cruz answered sarcastically, "I appreciate you being the bigger man."
"Oh I'm the bigger man with the bigger hands," Fallon's Trump shot back. "And the bigger, you can't see me, but I'm pointing at my Trump Tower."
"I’m really glad not to be on FaceTime right now," Cruz stated.
The faux Trump asked Cruz how he had won all the delegates in Colorado, so Cruz explained the process, but Trump said the voters were high.
Fallon acting as Trump also quizzed Cruz about his smear on "New York values," and Cruz explained that he said it backwards, like "Star Wars" character Yoda, and really valued New York.
The fake Trump started to give Cruz advice about New York City, and asked him if he was writing it down. Cruz told him to wait so he could get his pen, and then picked up a bottle of alcohol and poured it.
Cruz also appeared with his wife Heidi and their two children on a CNN town hall meeting on the same day (video below) where his daughter, Caroline, revealed the existence of an embarrassing video.
"Just a couple of days ago I was back for Caroline's daddy-daughter picnic at school, which featured all the dads running and playing games," Cruz told CNN host Anderson Cooper.
"[Caroline's] favorite was that she got to dress up daddy in this pink boa and these big goofy-looking underwear," Cruz added.
"That was on a videotape the whole time," Caroline revealed as Cruz threw his hands up.
"And now it's a class video that they're sending out to all the parents," Caroline announced.