Fallon parodies Trump in 'Full House' skit

There’s a new addition to the “Full House” brood: Donald Trump.

Jimmy Fallon sported a wig reminiscent of the GOP presidential candidate and brought much of the original cast of the classic ’90s sitcom together for a 2016 election-inspired spoof on Tuesday’s “Tonight Show.”

“Sweetie, why are you sad?” Bob Saget, as sappy dad Danny Tanner, asks Fallon’s Trump character.

“Look, I know I won in New Hampshire. My numbers were huge. But I’m afraid if I don’t win the nomination, everyone will say I’m a loser,” the faux White House hopeful says.

“Donald, I know winning is very important to you, but sometimes, it’s OK to lose,” Tanner responds, before other “Full House” cast members — who are now starring in Netflix’s “Fuller House” reboot — join in to deliver a life lesson.

“You guys are right. I have to stay in the race. Otherwise a Clinton will be in the White House again. I mean, who wants to see something from the ’90s come back in 2016?” Fallon’s Trump quips.

After the GOP front-runner insists on building a wall to keep “Full House’s” intrusive but lovable neighbor Kimmy Gibbler (actress Andrea Barber) out of the abode, he gets a talking to from Uncle Jesse, played by John Stamos.

“You see Donald, that’s just it. I mean, if you really want to make America great again, you have to bring people together, not push them apart,” Uncle Jesse says. “Now, we may have our disagreements from time to time, but, at the end of the day, we all love each other. That’s what family’s about and gosh darn it, that’s what America’s about.”

“Just remember, Donald,” Danny Tanner advises Trump as he tucks him into bed: “If you win and become president, that’s great. But if you lose and don’t become president, we’ll be even prouder.”