By Ariana Bacle
Updated July 20, 2016 at 04:53 PM EDT
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The improv troupe at the center of Mike Birbiglia’s upcoming Don’t Think Twice gets some bad news in an exclusive clip from the comedy: Their theater is closing, and a Trump building might be replacing it. So they respond as anyone would — by impersonating the Donald.

“New York City, you’re fired,” Keegan-Michael Key’s Jack starts. Tami Sagher, Chris Gethard, and Birbiglia — who directed, wrote, and produced the film — also contribute their own Trump impressions until Gillian Jacobs takes the bit too far, ultimately getting up on the table and knocking over some drinks.

Don’t Think Twice, Birbiglia’s follow-up to 2012’s Sleepwalk With Me, revolves around this group of comedians as they try to deal with one of their own finding some high-profile success on a Saturday Night Live-like show.

“I tried to make a movie that hearkens back to the films that I fell in love with in the ’70s and the ’80s that make you laugh and then make you cry. That’s the goal,” Birbiglia previously told EW.

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Watch the clip above. Don’t Think Twice opens July 22 in New York, July 29 in Los Angeles and Chicago, and goes wide in August.

Don't Think Twice

  • Movie
  • R
  • 90 minutes
  • Mike Birbiglia