'There's a special place in hell and we're all there': Scarlett Johansson rocks Ivanka Trump cameo on SNL
Scarlett Johansson as Ivanka Trump (Screen capture)

Alec Baldwin returned to "Saturday Night Live" this week as President Donald Trump wishing America a Merry Christmas from the White House.

"That's right, you can finally say that again," Trump said, "because the War on Christmas is over. It will soon be replaced by the War with North Korea."

Kate McKinnon returned as senior White House aide Kellyanne Conway, who came to the president's Tree of Shame, dedicated to "all the haters and losers," to hang an ornament of fired FBI Director James Comey.

"What do you want for Christmas, Kellyanne?" Trump asked.

"I want out," she replied.

Cast member Aidy Bryant appeared as Sarah Huckabee Sanders with two ornaments of her own to hang.

"Sean Spicer and Antony Scaramucci," she said, "whose mangled corpses I stepped over to get this job."

A terrifying apparition appeared out of the night, however.

"It's Omarosa, someone turn out the lights!" Trump said as Leslie Jones appeared outside dressed as Omarosa Manigault, who was fired this week by White House chief of staff John Kelly.

They were joined by other guests, Scarlett Johansson as Ivanka Trump and Trump's two eldest sons.

"Well, as I've said, there's a special place in hell," said Ivanka, "and we're all there."

"I'm Derek!" said Alex Moffat as Eric Trump.

"No, buddy, it's Eric," said Mikey Day as Donald Trump, Jr. "Hey, buddy, are you getting worse?"

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