By Christian Holub
Updated August 31, 2016 at 11:28 AM EDT
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Donald Trump may have won the Republican nomination for president, but many voters are having second thoughts. A new poll shows that 52 percent of Republican voters now wish they had chosen someone else as their nominee. As Jimmy Kimmel put it on Tuesday night, choosing the Republican nominee was like buying a shirt — and voters went with the kind of wacky, out-there choice that usually leads to regrets.

“You look around, you see all these shirts — plain patterns, regular shirts, maybe a shirt with pinstripes — they look okay, but nothing exciting,” Kimmel said. “But then, packed in with all these other shirts, you see this totally awesome shirt. It’s bold, it’s different, it doesn’t play by the other shirts’ rules. You think about what a killer you’d feel like going out with this shirt on, so you buy it. Then you get home and you go into your closet or wherever, and you try the shirt on, and you look at yourself in the mirror. Then your wife walks in.”

“And then you realize you look like a tool with a big capital T,” Kimmel said. “But fortunately, the store you bought from has a great return policy. Oh wait, no it doesn’t, this is the shirt you’re stuck with for four years.”

Watch the clip below.

Jimmy Kimmel Live

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