“Saturday Night Live’s” hit march of White House character clones driven by Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump joyously hammered out a spoof of Ruler’s “Don’t Stop Me Now” exposed to the harsh elements open for a blissful/cringy season finale.
“Fire keeps you warm or torches your home,” Baldwin said forebodingly. He flaunted he’s on “journey control to a second term and there’s nothing the Democrats in Congress can do about it.” In this way, “kick back and appreciate the ride, America.”
“He’s an unstable presence rippin’ up the laws of society,” Aidy Bryant’s Sarah Huckabee Sanders murmured. “You can’t subpoena him, he’s going to obstruct.”
Melania (Cecily Solid) channeled in: “They call him Mr. Awful guidance, cause he tunes in to the Fox News guys.”
Even Chris Redd’s Yeezy — in red MAGA cap — showed up getting down with “Trump.”
But Robert DeNiro in his turn again as unique guidance Robert Mueller never got an opportunity to state “something significant American needs to hear,” in light of the fact that Badwin hopped in to gab: “No intrigue, no obstruction.”
Beck Bennett’s Mike Pence continued singing about men on the grounds that the melody had him all “stirred up,” he disclosed to Strong.
Kenan Thompson’s Preeminent Court Equity Clarence Thomas, in the interim, sprung up to caution: “Ladies are screwed.”
Baldwin’s separating shot: “Folks, it’s been entertaining. I don’t have a clue about what’s next for me, however I wouldn’t be Donald Trump on the off chance that I didn’t state, tune in next season to see who lives and who dies.”
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