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Jack Aiello might’ve just graduated from the eight grade, but you wouldn’t know it from listening to his graduation speech. The young man gave a speech that sounded so much like a presidential bid, it’s garnered over one million views (at the time of writing) on YouTube.

The Chicago middle schooler impersonations of U.S. President Barack Obama, Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump were so spot on, people have begun to wonder whether the kid wants to be a comedian or a politician.

“I still can’t really believe how good of a reaction it’s gotten,” Jack said to CTV News. “[Comedy] is definitely one career that I would consider. I actually really would like to someday become a politician and run for office.”

We can totally see him becoming a seasoned politician in the future, but for now we’re going to relish watching him impersonate politician Rand Paul and President Obama in the video above and continuously play his graduation speech until we tire of it: