More than 35,000 people have attempted to have a "perfect call" with President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump says his advice to impeachment defense team is 'just be honest' Trump expands tariffs on steel and aluminum imports CNN's Axelrod says impeachment didn't come up until 80 minutes into focus group MORE as part of a spoof set up by "The Daily Show."

Trevor NoahTrevor NoahTrevor Noah jokingly asks Hillary Clinton, 'How did you kill Jeffrey Epstein?' Donald Trump Jr. hits back at critics over hypocrisy claims 'Daily Show' hotline offering 'perfect call' with Trump gets more than 35K callers in less than a day MORE announced the creation of the "Donald J. Trump Perfect Call Hotline" on Thursday night’s episode of the Comedy Central series.

The real-life hotline plays off Trump's July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that's at the center of a whistleblower complaint which prompted Democrats' impeachment inquiry. 

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Trump has repeatedly referred to the conversation — during which he called on Zelensky to investigate former Vice President Joe BidenJoe BidenSchiff closes Democrats' impeachment arguments with emotional appeal to remove Trump Conservative reporter on Sanders: He's not a 'yes man' Democrats feel political momentum swinging to them on impeachment MORE, a 2020 Democratic front-runner — as a "perfect call."

"We've made it possible for you at home to have your own perfect call with the president," Noah told the "Daily Show" audience.

"The president is standing by and you can have a perfect call with him," he added.

When callers ring the hotline, they respond to verbal prompts from actual Trump soundbites. "This is Donald Trump, I'm the president of the United States ... We have to talk about Ukraine. Does that sound good?" 

Trump's voice continues, "I'd like you to start an investigation into the Bidens. Would you do that?"

The faux president then "evaluates" the caller's chat before reaching a verdict.

"Wow, another perfect call! Congratulations to the president, and to a lesser extent, you," a voice tells the caller. 

Since its launch on Thursday, ITK hears the hotline received 37,000 calls in 17 hours.