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Mike Myers Revives Dr. Evil As Trump Staffer 'Fired' From The White House

He's alive! And by "he," we mean Mike Myers' Dr. Evil, the famous Austin Powers villain he revived on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Myers appeared as Dr. Evil on the April 4 episode of the late-night talkshow, sitting down for a postmortem chat with the charismatic host. There, he revealed to Fallon that his most recent gig — an advisor within President Donald Trump's administration — crashed and burned.

"Naturally, I was going to be Secretary of Evil, but Steve Bannon got that job," Dr. Evil said in the bit, ensuring to give a devious chuckle and raise his pinky to his lips, two of the evil mastermind's signature moves.

Dr. Evil then explained that he worked as an "ideas man" and took credit for all of the "most evil stuff" President Trump has done thus far, including the space army and the proposed border wall between the United States and Mexico. "The wall, that was all me. But I wanted it to be a moat filled with spiky blowfish," he cracked in the video. "And I didn't want the Mexicans to pay for it, I wanted Alec Baldwin to pay for it."

The one nefarious plan Dr. Evil insisted he had no involvement with and wholeheartedly disagreed with was Trump's controversial decision to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and potentially deport undocumented immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children. "Even I have my limits," said Dr. Evil. "I'm evil, but I'm not a monster."

Dr. Evil then opened up about working with fellow White House executives like Ben Carson, the United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, and Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law and current senior advisor. The bald evil genius took a particular liking to Carson, as they shared a simliar experience and operate on the same level of maliciousness: "We were both evil doctors who didn't know why we were there. And you remember when he spent $30,000 of taxpayer money on an office chair? Yeah, I thought that was particularly evil." 

He also got to know President Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr., though the pair didn't quite hit it off, mainly due to how scary Dr. Evil found him. "That guy is creepy AF. He looks like he's missing a facial feature, you just don't know which one," he explained. 

Now that he's been booted from the Trump administration, Dr. Evil will no longer focus on making America great again like Trump's supporters aim to do. Instead, he plans continue being horrible to everyone around him. "I'm going to spend some more time being evil to my family and, of course, I'll be promoting my tell-all book, Fire and Fury and Also Evil: And More Fire and Magma," Dr. Evil revealed. He then announced another diabolical scheme: A campaign for presidency in 2020, fit with a "Make the World Evil Again" slogan and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, "the only man who's more hated right now than Donald Trump," as his running mate. 

After you get all your giggles out watching Mike Myers bring Dr. Evil back to life, discover the real reason Hollywood stopped casting him in the first place.