Being the U.S. President is a tough job. Impersonating the president is not easy either, especially when your prosthetic nose keeps falling off. Host Michel Martin speaks with two political impersonators. Larry Graves has studied President Obama's speeches and uses putty to get his ears to protrude. Bob Heck was an Elvis impersonator when he realized he could slightly alter his accent to match President Bill Clinton's twang.
Presidential Pretenders Share Their Best Moments
By NPR Staff • Jun 20, 2011