Bret Baier is breaking out his President TrumpDonald TrumpDemocrats, activists blast reported Trump DOJ effort to get journalists' phone records Arizona secretary of state gets security detail over death threats surrounding election audit Trump admin got phone records of WaPo reporters covering Russia probe: report MORE impression.

The Fox News “Special Report” anchor briefly morphed into the commander in chief during a Wednesday appearance on “The Late Show.”

Asked by host Stephen Colbert how he would describe Trump’s State of the Union address on Tuesday, Baier replied, “First of all, it was long.”


“Or as the president would say, ‘Yuge,’” Baier quipped, making a circle with his fingers in a Trump-like fashion.

As the CBS show’s audience applauded, Colbert said, “That’s exactly right.”

“I don’t get to do that on the show that much,” replied Baier — who recently celebrated 10 years with “Special Report.”

It’s not the first time Baier has offered up his imitation of Trump. “I love the speeches where he discovers something in the speech as he’s giving them,” Baier, 48, said of Trump while on Fox News’ s“Outnumbered” last year.

“They’re really boring — that’s true, they’re so boring. That’s absolutely true,” Baier said in his Trump voice.

Baier's Colbert appearance came weeks after it was originally booked, delayed by a serious car accident in Montana.

“We were coming back from a ski trip, and I was driving and it was pure ice,” Baier said of the wreck last month. “We were about a mile from the airport, slipped through an intersection, got hit by a pickup truck, turned and flipped.”

Thanking the first responders and a good Samaritan who helped him and his family, Baier said, “We got away with a concussion, sprained ankle, 14 stitches on a chin.”

“My 8-year-old lost a tooth,” Baier said, “but he’s a hockey player, so he really likes that. He looks like [Washington Capitals player Alex] Ovechkin.”