'SNL': Trump Seeks Fixer for Impeachment Problem in Cold Open

'SNL': Trump Seeks Fixer for Impeachment Problem in Cold Open

'SNL': Trump Seeks Fixer for Impeachment Problem in Cold Open

The quartet compared the impeachment inquiry with other "turning points" of Trump's presidency and Thompson, playing the role of an African-American studies professor, threw cold water on the group's talk of impeachment.

"It's the greatest presidential harassment of all time", Trump complained.

This is a subtle hint at Trumpy's LOL-worthy "PRESIDENTIAL HARASSMENT" tweet this week.

Giuliani (played by Kate McKinnon) smoothly reassures the president that they have nothing to worry about, before revealing that he's actually live on CNN. "I'm Liev Schreiber, the actor", the Showtime star instructed a disenchanted Baldwin.

Desperate to find a "sacrificial patsy", Trump next called Mike Pence, but failed to convince his VP that the whole Ukraine thing was his idea.

That's when, in one of many moments that obtained the most important laughs, Bowen Yang taking part in Kim Jong Un presents Trump recommendation on coping with the whistleblower who alerted Congress to issues about Trump's July dialog with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

"Oh, that's easy", "Kim" responds.

"You have a big ocean in your country? Send your whistleblower to the bottom of there".

Woody Harrelson hosted the season premiere, with singer-songwriter Billie Eilish serving as musical visitor.

Replied Redd's Kanye: "I don't think we can be fam no more fam".

"I need my urbans", he says".

"Kanye, just tell me who you want out of jail this time. A$AP Rocky again, or how about that little girl, Teriyaki 69?"

Strong's Pirro tries to cheer the president up, calling him "my special, attractive boy" and assuring him that he makes all women's eyes pop out of their skulls because he's got "dumps like a truck truck and thighs like what what", a reference to Sisqo's 1999 hit "The Thong Song".

Schreiber goes on to break the news to Baldwin's Trump that both his character Ray Donovan and Keanu Reeves' John Wick, who Trump also suggests calling, are fictional characters.

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