Andrew Rannells and Glenn Close Hilariously Parody 2016 Presidential Race at the Tony Awards

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The race for the White House has made it to Broadway.

OK, not really, but the 2016 Tony Awards did recruit on Girls star Andrew Rannells, as well as Broadway legend Glenn Close to imagine a world in which both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump got their own theatrical production.

Rannells, with a nod to his breakthrough role in the hit musical,Book of Mormon, took on Trump in Book of Moron.

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Meanwhile, Close portrayed Clinton in A Clinton Line.. “Oh God, I need this job,” the 69-year-old actress sang in a HRC-approved blue suit jacket. “I’ve got to get this job!”

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You can watch little snippets of their respective performances below.

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Which Broadway musical has your vote? Would you go see either of these? Or are you still just going to try and get Hamilton tickets?

Yeah. Us too.

Watch the video below to see Lin-Manuel Miranda do "Carpool Karaoke" with James Corden.

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