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A GPS company hired a Trump voice impersonator so you can navigate in presidential style


Here's something you probably never thought you wanted: Donald Trump's voice guiding you to your destination via GPS.

That's right. Karta GPS, a navigation company that debuted in March, has added a Trump impersonator to its software, which can be added to the iOS or Android app via the downloads section, Mashable noted.

In a company statement, Karta GPS said its new voice feature will "give you ample hours of entertainment and direction."

"Donald gives it to you straight, never letting you settle for anything less than the top ten eateries, while Bill will weave the tale of your journey with that old southern drawl," it added.

WATCH | Here's how it would sound to have Donald Trump giving you directions. 

"Go straight ahead, it's tremendous," the Trump impersonator can be heard saying.

"You are approaching a fixed radar, and that is not fake news," he added.

And, just in case your wiped from the inundation of Trump headlines from this past week, listen to a voice from the other side of the political aisle. 

"Take the ferry," the Bill Clinton impersonator said. "It's a matter of national security."

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