Telemarketer Hangs Up On Donald Duck Donald Sizemore managed to find a way to get a telemarketer to hang up on him. He does a very good Donald Duck impression, and the telemarketer decided the call wasn't worth it.
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Telemarketer Hangs Up On Donald Duck

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Telemarketer Hangs Up On Donald Duck

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RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. Admit it, at least once in your life, have you hung up on a telemarketer? Donald Sizemore actually managed to find a way to get the telemarketer to hang up on him because Donald Sizemore does a very good Donald Duck. And this is how he answered the call.

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DONALD SIZEMORE: (As Donald Duck) Oh no. Am I in trouble? Am I in trouble? Hello?

MARTIN: After a while, the telemarketer decided it wasn't worth it anymore and ended the call herself. Well played, Donald, well played.

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