SNL's 'Weekend Update' ridicules Trump's desperate move to save presidency: 'They're finally putting in Rudy'
Colin Jost on SNL - screenshot

Saturday Night Live's "Weekend Update" predictably seized on President Donald Trump's decision to deploy former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani this past week, calling Giuliani's blurting out that Trump repaid attorney Michael Cohen for the Stormy Daniels' hush money, "Maybe the best confession I’ve seen on TV that didn’t end with ‘Created by Dick Wolf.’”

“Well, the clock might be running out on Trump’s presidency, so you know what that means: they’re finally putting in Rudy,” co-host Colin Jost smirked. “But instead of making a great play, this Rudy immediately tackled his own quarterback.”

Jost then criticized Giuliani for using "funneled money" to explain the way Trump shifted cash to attorney Cohen.

“Dude, ‘funneled’ is not typically a word innocent people use when talking about money,” Jost explained. “No one says, ‘Yeah, my grandma funneled me five dollars on my birthday.’”

Co-host Michael Che then joined in the fun.

“I have a couple questions, like: What kind of billionaire pays for stuff in installments?” Che asked. “You’re the president of the United States, why are you paying for sex like it’s a NordicTrack?”

You can watch the video below via SNL: