The thing 'SNL' does to Trump

The thing 'SNL' does to Trump

While President Trump is taking some time away from Washington this week, not everyone is getting out of the office. Jost and Che spent extra time on this week's biggest story, the increasing tension between the USA and North Korea, with Jost and Che getting their best knocks on Trump during this longer joke.

"You can't threaten someone when you're sitting down", he said.

Some fans expressed hopes that Scaramucci would be played by Bill Hader, who left SNL in 2013 after eight seasons.

Among the political topics Jost and Che covered specifically were immigration policy - who knew Lady Liberty had gotten so picky about guys, quipped Che - Kim Jong Un threatening Guam, the NAACP's Missouri travel advisory, and the Baltimore Police Dept. planting drugs on suspects.

Trump's "locked and loaded" standoff with North Korea has Americans in high anxiety, hair-pulling among White House officials may be stalling his agenda, Robert Mueller's Russian Federation campaign-interference probe appears to be heating up with the recent Federal Bureau of Investigation raid of President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, and Trump faces the lowest-ever approval ratings for a president at this time in his first term.

He went on to say that he would be more scared about the threats being traded back and forth between Kim Jong-Un and Donald Trump if they both "hadn't made so many insane claims in the past".

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Trump Jr. responded by calling the whole thing "a nothing burger".

But the highlight of the evening, as she is every evening, was Leslie Jones as herself.

"Yes, I went to the meeting, but nothing illegal happened". Don Jr. extolled the successes of his father's administration, while Eric was utterly enchanted by a fidget spinner.

"The Mooch has no regrets, baby", he said.

"All I did was sell my company, miss the birth of my child, and ruinmy reputation to be King of Idiot Mountain for eleven days".

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