Hillary Clinton isn’t the only politician to impersonate others

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While politicians are often the subject of impersonations by others, they’re also not afraid to step in and offer up an impersonation themselves, whether it’s of a politician, a big name actor or musician.

Unfortunately, some of them aren’t very good at it.

Wednesday, while Hillary Clinton was giving a speech at an event in Winnipeg, she offered up her impersonation of Russian President Vladimir Putin — and she didn’t quite pull it off.

Her husband and former president, Bill, does a much better job in the impersonation game.

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, has a unique twist on his impersonations.

He once did an impersonation of Dana Carvey doing an impersonation of George H.W. Bush (at the 55-second mark)

President Barack Obama does a Marlon Brando impersonation.

And there was that time Cruz channeled former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.

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