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‘I’m going to freak if you ask me stupid questions’: Melissa McCarthy returns to SNL as Sean Spicer

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Actress and comedian Melissa McCarthy once again blew the doors off on Saturday Night Live, portraying a somewhat less frantic White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, warning reporters not to make her freak out with “stupid question.”

Along the way, McCarthy once again mocked Spicer’s gum chewing habit while ridiculing his inability to often speak clearly when talking to the press.

Also see — WATCH: SNL’s creepy Kellyanne Conway stalks Jake Tapper in hilarious ‘Fatal Attraction’ parody

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Additionally, McCarthy’s Spicer explains — with the use of dolls — exactly how President Donald Trump’s extreme vetting will work for refugees and immigrants.

Holding up a Barbie as an example of a “nice American girl,” Spicer acknowledges the obvious, saying, “We know she’s OK because she’s blonde.”

She then holds up a dark-skinned Moana doll and points out, “Uh oh, slow your roll, honey,” as a TSA doll frisks Moana.

“And then we’re going to read her emails and if we don’t like the answers — which we won’t — boom, Guantanamo Bay!” McCarthy’s Spicer concludes.

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The segment also introduced SNL cast member Kate McKinnon adding another character to her repertoire: Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

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Trump Jr. and McGahn didn’t testify before the Mueller grand jury — and a federal judge wants to know why

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During the Russia investigation, former special counsel Robert Mueller sought testimony from a long list of people. But according to a court filing on Sunday, two people who Mueller did not force to testify before a grand jury were Donald Trump Jr. and former White House Counsel Don McGahn. And U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell wants to know why.

The court filing on Sunday, according to The Week, was in response to a ruling Howell made on Thursday — when Howell asserted that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) was withholding too much information from the House Judiciary Committee, chaired by Rep. Jerry Nadler of New York. The House Judiciary Committee, The Week’s Peter Weber reports, has been “wrangling” with DOJ over the evidence that Mueller obtained during his lengthy investigation.

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Internet rains hell on Trump for comparing his impeachment to a ‘lynching’: ‘How dare you’

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On Tuesday, President Donald Trump furiously took time Twitter, blasting the effort to impeach him over the Ukraine scandal as a "lynching" and threatening that a future Republican Congress will cook up charges against a Democratic president.

Trump's outburst did not impress many commenters on social media, who quickly dogpiled him in criticism and mockery:

You are seriously comparing your impeachment to hate crimes against African-Americans?

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Corrupt Ukraine oligarch has enlisted Trump allies to help with defense

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A Ukrainian oligarch fighting extradition to the U.S. has aligned his legal strategy to match President Donald Trump's, and even hired two attorneys associated with the president and Rudy Giuliani.

Dmytro Firtash is wanted in the United States on bribery and related charges, and he hired pro-Trump attorneys Joseph DiGenova and Victoria Toensing to help paint his prosecution as part of a global conspiracy involving Joe Biden, reported the Wall Street Journal.

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