It’s becoming universally agreeable that the Saturday Night Live skits of Alec Baldwin’s President-elect Donald Trump are becoming repetitive, overdone, and at this point, simply not funny. However, the popular comedy show released two more Trump oriented skits on Saturday, in an attempt to mock and ridicule his recent actions.
The first skit is a Christmas cold opening, with Trump, his wife Melania, and campaign manager Kellyanne Conway. In parodic format, the three diminish the credentials of Trump’s latest cabinet picks, such as Gov. Rick Perry for Secretary of Energy. Then in the skit, Trump is visited by Russian President Vladimir Putin, who squirms down the chimney old St. Nick style. Followed by Trump’s Secretary of State pick, Rex Tillerson, the three comically prance around, further mocking Trump and his cabinet choices.
The next skit involves a couple watching a holiday film, mimicking a scene from Love Actually. Hillary Clinton, played by Kate McKinnon throughout the campaign season, holds up poster cards to the woman of the duo. In the cards, she claims she knows the woman is an elector for Trump, then begs for her to vote for anyone else, and even presents a Clinton check to pay for the fine she will incur for doing so. The last poster card ends with her claiming Trump will “kill us all.”
The clips can be watched below:
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