Listen to Mark Hamill Read Donald Trump’s Tweets as the Joker

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Star Wars actor Mark Hamill, who also voices the Joker in the Batman Arkham Games and animated series, is using his take on Gotham’s most famous villain to make Donald Trump tweets sound even more nefarious.

Hamill tweeted the audio clip Saturday, you can hear the Joker reciting Trump’s infamous December 31st tweet, “Happy New Year to all, including to my many enemies and those who have fought me and lost so badly they just don’t know what to do. Love!”

The voice of everyone’s favourite Joker labelled this tweet as #1, so we expect there will be a few more over the next few days. But why is the actor who played Luke Skywalker reading out Donald Trump’s tweets?

Hamill’s Joker reading of Trump’s tweet came following an idea seeded by comedy writer Matt Oswalt, who tweeted on December 31st of Trump’s New Year’s message, “This sounds like something the Joker would say right before releasing a swarm of killer bees into Gotham.”

On Saturday, Oswalt tweeted, “BILLION DOLLAR IDEA: an App that you can feed every Trump tweet into that plays it back in @HamillHimself Joker voice,” a concept that was endorsed by Oswalt’s brother Patton Oswalt.

Soon after, Hamill himself tweeted to the Oswalts, “As soon as I figure out how to tweet soundbites, I’d LOVE to. Nobody writes better super-villain dialogue than #Trumputin! #KremlinCandidate.” Twitter followers quickly came to Hamill’s aid and the audio clip was created.

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Happy New Year from The Joker… or Trump… either way.

In addition to portraying Luke Skywalker, Hamill has long served as the voice for the Joke in animated series, films and video games, starting with 1992’s Batman: The Animated Series and continuing as the Clown Prince of Crime up through 2016’s Justice League Action.

Hamill has long criticised Trump throughout the presidential election season, employing hashtags like #PutinsPuppet #KGB4Trump and #TheKremlinsAndKKKsKandidate.

What would you like to hear The Joker say next?

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