By Oliver Gettell
Updated January 05, 2016 at 09:46 PM EST
Credit: Douglas Gorenstein/Getty Images file

Ready for more Donald Trump? Jimmy Fallon is.

Fallon will once again host the Republican presidential contender on the Jan. 11 episode of The Tonight Show, NBC announced Tuesday. Trump last visited the show Sept. 11, in his first late-night appearance since announcing his bid for president.

Since then Trump has become an increasingly polarizing but seemingly ubiquitous figure — NBC notes that he currently leads the GOP national polls — while Fallon has been getting good mileage out of his impression of the erstwhile Celebrity Apprentice host (see him in action below).


Trump’s Tonight Show appearance precedes the sixth Republican debate (Jan. 14), the Iowa caucuses (Feb. 1), and the New Hampshire primary (Feb. 9).

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