Israeli psychic and mystifier Uri Geller is in possession of the DNA of former US president Donald Trump, the spoon-bender announced in a video.
Taken at his museum in Jaffa, Geller shows a framed Make America Great Again hat signed by the former president, who Geller claims to have known for 50 years.
But this hat seems to have a secret that not even Trump knew about.
"What he didn't notice is that there are four strands of his hair in there," Geller said. "I got his DNA!"
"What he didn't notice is that there are four strands of his hair in there. I got his DNA!"Uri Geller
Uri Geller and Pokemon
The video then swiftly pivots to what Geller says is the real reason behind his video: Pokémon.
Over 20 years ago, Geller filed a lawsuit against Nintendo because of one of their Pokémon, Kadabra. This psychic-type Pokémon wielding a spoon was given the name "Yungeller" in Japanese, something Geller took offense to as an improper use of his likeness.
This is far from unprecedented, as several iconic Pokémon have also been named after real-life figures.
Ultimately, Geller won the lawsuit and as a result, while Kadabra continued to appear in the Pokémon video games, it was banned from the trading card game for decades. Until recently, that is, when Geller suddenly dropped the lawsuit.
Recently, the card was allowed back into circulation.
"I built a shrine for the Yungeller Pokémon!" Geller declares, showing an entire display dedicated to the Gen 1 psychic-type Pokémon.
He then pulled out an extra-large copy of the upcoming Kadabra card.
"I'm so happy, I love Nintendo, I love Pokémon and I love the fact that you can all have the Yungeller card again," he said.
Aaron Reich contributed to this report.