Published: Mon, April 17, 2017
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Baldwin's Trump Decides Between 'Bannon' and 'Kushner' in Elimination Night Ceremony

Baldwin's Trump Decides Between 'Bannon' and 'Kushner' in Elimination Night Ceremony

Trump, played yet again by Alec Baldwin opens the sketch trying to talk to Pence, played quite perfectly by Beck Bennett.

Pence urges Trump to address the issue of his top advisers being at each other's throats, prompting Trump to call Bannon and Kushner into the Oval Office.

Moving on, Bennett's Pence encourages Baldwin's Trump to resolve the ongoing infighting between advisers Stephen Bannon and Jared Kushner, who is the president's son-in-law.

Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live this weekend to portray Donald Trump just as it came time for the US president to make a tough decision. Trump must choose between the two, dragging out the elimination longer than necessary.

"But don't worry", Baldwin-as-Trump adds, "your journey does not end tonight because you will get to come back at the end of all of this and help send me to prison". "This is where I met with the Chinese President".

The Grim Reaper enters as Bannon.

"It's hard to imagine that when you have a form that says you answer completely under penalty of perjury, you don't omit anything under penalty of perjury, that you omit dozens of meetings with foreign officials, when they specifically ask about that", Nadler told CNN's Kate Bolduan Friday.

"Have a seat at your new desk", Trump tells Kushner, motioning to his Oval Office desk.

A group of House Democrats on Thursday sent a letter to FBI Director James Comey demanding he suspend White House senior advisor Jared Kushner's security clearance over a report that Kushner did not disclose meetings with Russian officials from his application.

"You all got your wish this week, Spicy finally made a mistake", McCarthy's Spicer said. Kushner, the president explains, takes "the most attractive photos", while Bannon takes "the worst photos I've ever seen in my life". He brought up the "Holocaust centers", ridiculing the real Spicer's use of the term. "I clearly meant to say, "concentration clubs, ' ok?" "But, hey, at least they didn't have to fly United, am I right?" He goes on to brag about taunting North Korea. And just before SNL's broadcast, USA military officials reported that North Korea had test-fired a missile, which exploded and failed to launch.

Last night marked the first time in SNL history that the show was presented live coast to coast.

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