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:
Shocking photos and videos detail horrific scene after two-day ice storm in Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas
Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas have been dealing with a brutal attack from three different ice and sleet systems for two days. It has left communities looking like war zones with trees and debris littering the streets and as of Wednesday's third wave, over 368,000 people are without power in Oklahoma.
Power lines were filmed popping, starting fires with blue flashes of electricity.
Supreme Court denies GOP demand to shorten mail-in ballot deadline in North Carolina
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court rejected GOP efforts to reduce the ballot receipt deadline for mail-in voters in North Carolina from nine days to three.
The decision came shortly after the justices also declined to grant a stay blocking the Pennsylvania Supreme Court's order extending the deadline in that state.
As in the Pennsylvania ruling, newly minted Justice Amy Coney Barrett did not participate, and Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh crossed over to deny the GOP's request — although, as legal journalist Mark Joseph Stern noted, Justices Neil Gorsuch, Samuel Alito, and Clarence Thomas made clear they wanted the Court to intervene against voting rights.
Biden cares more about the well-being of Trump supporters than Trump himself: MSNBC’s Joy Reid
On MSNBC Wednesday, anchor Joy Reid broke down how Joe Biden has more concern for the health and safety of President Donald Trump's voters than the president does himself.
"There are now just six days left for America to decide who will lead our country for the next four years," said Reid. "Now at a breaking point and desperate for progress on the economy, race relations, and a coronavirus crisis that has taken more than 228,000 lives and infected millions more. In the face of these numbers, Trump continues to utilize his favorite form of gaslighting, which is lying through his teeth on the COVID surge, even getting the so-called White House Science Office to say Trump ended the pandemic, as the nation hits record cases and hospitalizations."