Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live to post a "very important, urgent national emergency."
"This is great, so I do not want to waste time," Baldwin Donald Trump said during a parody on a special NBC News report during a cold start on a February 16th comedy show in a sketch. Continuing to argue that he spoke over six feet and "cut", he also reminded the spectators about the forthcoming summit in Hanoi with his head Kim, who was "a very cool, incomprehensible guy." "We need a wall, okay?
"This country has a huge amount of drugs – from the southern border, or from the" brown line ", as many people were asked to not call me ̵
During his monologue, he also acknowledged that it was necessary to "fake" a national emergency and consider the possibility of using the death penalty for non-violent crime before launching his own songwriting song for Trump, including what he knew he would sign these documents, "immediately to sue, the ruling will not go to my benefit, and then I fall into the Supreme Court, and then I will call my friend Kawan, and I will say that it's time to pay off Donny, and he will say:" The new phone , which collapses? "
Later, he took some questions from actors such as Cecilie Strong and Mikey Day, who played reporters, even threatening to build a wall around one of CNN's (plays Kyle Moony).
I am studying, "- he answered one political request. "Let's not forget, technically this is my first job, okay? I remember when Obama explained to me the presidency in the Oval Office, and this time I will not vote … but I thought Obama was joking. If I knew now what I know now, I would say to Putin that instead of Hillary worked. "
And he introduced Beck Benetta to the new Attorney General, William Barr, whom he called "a dead man coming." Baldwin, as Trump, said that he "basically accepts military money so that I can have a wall" and noted quite soon the report by Robert Muller, the investigation will be released, "my house of cards is destroyed", to which he will "plead madness" and in the final account " t my personal hell from the game president will finally end."
Watch the video from February 16 cold open below:
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