Saturday Night Live once again got after President Donald Trump in the cold open, this time with a black and white parody of “It’s A Wonderful Life” where he sees how much better everyone’s lives would have been if he had never become president.
With Trump (portrayed by Alec Baldwin) being conducted through his alternative life by the angel Clarence, Trump learns that Melania divorced him and lost her accent, his sons were successful without him (and Eric is slightly smarter — but not much) and Mike Pence followed his dream of becoming a DJ.
We also learn that Kellyanne Conway got her soul back from the devil.
You can watch the video below via NBC:
Trump was caught on tape using the N-word on ‘The Apprentice’ — and the recording still exists: Authors
Recorded evidence exists of President Donald Trump using a racial slur on the set of his NBC reality TV show, according to the authors of a new book -- and it wouldn't be too difficult to obtain.
Allen Salkin and Aaron Short, authors of the new book "The Method to the Madness," told MSNBC's "Morning Joe" that a producer from "The Apprentice" told them on the record that Trump used a racial slur in reference to a black contestant in the show's first season.
"If you're talking about racism today, if you want final, audible evidence that Trump is a racist," Salkin said, "you can ask Bill Pruitt, who was named in our book, an 'Apprentice' producer, who says on the record that Trump used the N-word backstage on a tape that you could probably get to explain his hiring decision on the first season of 'The Apprentice.'"
Ex-GOP rep. blasts his own party over racist Trump rallies: ‘Republicans are going to get wiped out in 2020’
Former Republican Congressman Joe Walsh warned his fellow party members on Thursday that they would "get wiped out in 2020" if they failed to denounce the racism seen at Trump rallies.
Walsh told CNN's Brianna Keilar that Trump voters who chanted "send her back" to Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) are full of "hatred."
"It’s ugly, it’s racist, it’s anti-American, and it ought to be denounced," Walsh said. "And Brianna, it should have been denounced by the president last night. But he’s not capable of it.
‘The president is lying’: Trump gets immediately debunked by CNN after claiming he stopped ‘send her back’ chant
President Donald Trump said Thursday that he stopped the North Carolina rally crowd from chanting "send her back" during a rant about Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN). But CNN immediately called him out for the false claim.
"I didn’t like that they did it and I started speaking very quickly," Trump told the press. "Excuse me. Really? If you would have heard, there was a tremendous amount of noise and action and everything else. I started very quickly. And I think you know that. Maybe you’re giving me too much credit. You’re used to giving me too much credit. Thank you, everybody. I will try. I will certainly try, yes."