The president of Alec Baldwin returned to "Saturday Night Live" this week in an opening sketch that made him present questions with the Baltic leaders, or as he called it, the leaders of "Estonia, Lithuania and Stankonia" .
And as the news cycle keeps its frenetic pace, SNL once more crammed this open cold with references to tons of news.
Baldwin's Trump said: "We have also expelled the infamous Chinese billionaire, PF Chang." He then said that he would like to read a prepared statement, just to show that I can read, "before deciding" freestyle "and giving a nod to Trump in real life without paying attention to the advice of his national security advisors: "Congratulations to Vladimir Putin!"
Then Baldwin's Trump handed it to the others. "Gypsy woman, you are the first, "he tells the president of Lithuania.
Meanwhile, his internal monologue reveals how boring he is, while referring to the classifications of" Roseanne "and the political inclinations of the star:" I wish I was watching "Roseanne." How big is that show? Roseanne loves me. She's like a good Rosie O & # 39; Donnell. "
When a reporter asks if Trump really hates Jeff Bezos, following all those tweets, Baldwin's Trump explains:" I do. I hate Jeff, because he is much more mature than me and admits to being bald, so I feel threatened on two levels. "
(Bezos, founder and CEO of Amazon, owns The Washington Post)
So when Baldwin Trump complains about migrant caravans, he basically describes "Mad Max: Fury Road."
"That's right, it's some Mad Max cans," the fake Trump clarifies.
Finally, Trump's Baldwin concludes questions with an admission: "Here is what nobody else is saying, and I am the only one who is willing to say this: I do not care about the United States. This whole presidency is a four-year cash-out, and admit that I'll probably get four more years. "
Even though the answer basically shut out all the fake reporters, SNL had to add one more joke to the news of the week: Easter Bunny, you know, from the White House Easter Egg Batch on Monday, suddenly appears behind Baldwin's Trump.
"Does anyone else see this rabbit?" he asks. that this could be a "Donnie Darko" situation. "
It's been a month since Baldwin played Trump in SNL, but that does not mean the program has not used Trump to joke. 19659014] SNL has managed to find other ways to skewer the administration and its critics, mainly by describing to many people in Trump's orbit that the public is growing increasingly familiar with: the Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, the former secretary of State Rex Tillerson and incl I use Special Advisor Robert S. Mueller III in a mix with "The Bachelor."
Between Betsy DeVos, Jeff Sessions and Rex Tillerson, SNL sure had a lot to work with this week
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