Trump vs. Sanders: Scary-good impersonators duke it out

Shad moderates a politically charged face-off in studio q, featuring fake Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.
Bernie Sanders impersonator James Adomian blows steam as Donald Trump impersonator Anthony Atamanuik monopolizes the mic. (Ben Jamieson/CBC)

If you really want to see a debate between Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, two comedians are making your politically polarized dreams come true. 

For the past six months, Anthony Atamanuik and James Adomian have been battling it out with duelling impressions of the U.S. presidential hopefuls. 

Now, they're on the road with their live show Trump Versus Bernie 2016 Debate Tour. They arrive at their only Canadian stop —The Opera House in Toronto — this evening. But first, Shad moderates a little face-off in studio q

WEB EXTRA | Atamanuik and Adomian have appeared together on Comedy Central, CNN, and a special on Fusion. Watch the latter below. 



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