A Clinton in the White House isn't the only thing from the '90s making a comeback in 2016.
The "Full House" remake will premiere on Netflix next week and with Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen not returning to the series to reprise the roll of Michelle Tanner, it looks like the men of the beloved show have a new child to take care of.
Jimmy Fallon reunited the cast of "Fuller House" for a skit on "The Tonight Show" Tuesday. Fallon portrayed the roll of Donald Trump, the son of TV's darling dad Danny Tanner — played by Bob Saget. Dave Coulier and John Stamos, who played uncles Joey and Jesse, were also on hand to help Tanner give the Republican presidential hopeful some comforting advice.
"Dad, dad, dad," Fallon said, channeling Trump.
Saget enters the room once occupied by the Olsen twins, followed by Coulier and Stamos, to ease the candidate’s worries of losing the GOP nomination. Cue the music.
"I know I won in New Hampshire, my numbers were huge," Trump said. "But I'm afraid if I don't win the nomination everyone will think I'm a loser."
"Donald, I know winning is very important to you, but sometimes it's OK to lose," Saget consoles him.
Uncle Jesse reminded Trump that win or lose he "made it farther than anyone thought." And for the nostalgic fan, uncle Joey imparted his advise with an impression of Bullwinkle from "Rocky and Bullwinkle."
Next, enters original cast members Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin, who played Saget's two other daughters D.J. and Stephanie Tanner, and Lori Loughlin as Stamos' wife Becky. And what Tanner family moment would be complete without an interruption from D.J's best friend Kimmy Gibbler.
"Ola Trumperinos," Andrea Barber as Gibbler said as Saget scolds her for unsolicited visits.
"I know how we can keep her out," Fallon as Trump said. "We need to build a giant wall. No more Giblers until we figure out what is going on and we make her pay for it."
Stamos gives a moving speech on what America's really about, telling Trump that he needs to bring people together and not push them apart. "Have mercy."
"I know. Whatever happened to predictability? The milk man, the paper boy, the evening TV," Trump says, leading the cast in a sing-a-long of the series' theme song.