'Full House' Stars Come Together for a Very Special Reunion on 'Tonight Show' (and 'Donald Trump' Was There!)

All your favorite Full(er) House characters came together to teach Donald Trump and important life lesson.

America got a big taste of Fuller House on The Tonight Show on Tuesday, and luckily they've finally figured out how to solve the issue of the Olsen twins’ absence: They’ll bring in Donald Trump as Michelle instead!

Bob Saget, John Stamos and Dave Coulier were joined by Lori Loughlin, Candace Cameron Bure, Jodie Sweetin and Andrea Barber who all reprise their Full(er) House roles in this hilarious sketch, which also let us get another healthy dose of Fallon's spot-on Trump impression.

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Trump plays Michelle Tanner perfectly, albeit with a few of his own Trumpisms thrown in. For example, the GOP presidential hopeful has the perfect solution for how to keep Kimmy Gibbler (Barber) from getting into their house all the time.

"I know how we can keep her out. We need to build a giant wall!" Trump suggests loudly. "No more Gibblers! A ban on all Gibblers until we figure out what's going on and we make her pay for it."

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But despite Kimmy's constant meddling and horning in, the entire group says they still love her anyway. Ultimately it all came down to teaching Trump a very important lesson about friendship and family, just like every single episode of Full House did back in the early '90s.

"If you really want to make America great again, you have to bring people together, not push them apart," Uncle Jesse (Stamos) explained to Trump as the "heartfelt moment" music swelled in the background. "Now, we may have our disagreements from time to time, but at the end of the day we all love each other. That's what family is about. Gosh darn it, that's what America is about."

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Then Uncle Jesse and Rebecca (Loughlin) kissed for a really, really long time, and everyone understandably lost their minds.

This warm, fuzzy walk down memory lane ended with all your favorite Full House characters -- and Donald Trump -- singing the show's iconic theme song. It was perhaps the best way to stir everyone's collective nostalgia and easily served as the best ad for Fuller House that could have ever been made.

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Now, if you don't mind, we're going to sing the theme song in our heads over and over for the rest of the week!

Fuller House premieres Feb. 26 on Netflix. The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon airs weeknights at 11:30 p.m. ET/PT on NBC.

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