A video of a Christian comedian impersonating Donald Trump as a church youth worker has reached 4.5 million views on Facebook.
Georgia-based stand-up Ed Wiley brands himself as a 'clean' comic and regularly performs at churches, clubs, corporate and charitable events.
He says in the video: "I'm going to be, quite frankly, the best youth pastor.
"I know more about youth, than youth know about youth."
One fan commented on Facebook: "I'm a Trump fan and this was done with great taste of comedy. Not offensive at all."
Another person was less happy, saying: "Completely inappropriate in church. So it's ok now to make fun of the man that God Himself put into office. I didn't see anything like that with Obama."
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