Matt Damon Impersonates Bill Clinton on 'Tonight Show' (Video)

The "Promised Land" star and co-writer opens up about his awkward first meeting with the president.
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Matt Damon is a man of many talents.

The Oscar winner not only stars in his upcoming movie Promised Land, but he also wrote it with John Krasinski.

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But Damon also does a decent President Clinton impersonation, which he demonstrated in an appearance on Monday's The Tonight Show With Jay Leno.

He relayed a story about the first time he met the president, during a screening of 1997's Good Will Hunting -- Damon's breakout film, for which he won a original screenplay Oscar alongside Ben Affleck -- at Camp David. But at the event, a producer made an awkward comment about John Travolta's less-than-flattering Clinton portrayal in Primary Colors.

Watch the clip below to see Clinton's response, as impersonated by Damon.