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“Saturday Night Live” unveiled a new cast member’s portrayal of former President Trump in the opening skit of the sketch comedy show’s latest episode.

James Austin Johnson, who joined “SNL” this year and is widely known for his Trump impression, parodied the former president doing an interview with cast member Cecily Strong as Fox News host Jeanine Pirro on “Justice with Judge Jeanine.”

The article goes on to state the following:

Johnson’s Trump appeared with Strong’s Pirro to comment on Tuesday’s gubernatorial election in Virginia. He was brought on after Gov.-elect Glenn Youngkin (R), played by cast member Alex Moffat, said he was grateful to parents who helped him with the race without the help of Trump.


Below is a video of the new anti-Trump skit, which mocks Trump, Youngkin and Pirro.

Throughout Trump’s presidency, actor Alec Baldwin played Trump is many mocking episodes on the program.

Meanwhile, the real former President Donald Trump is dropping hints about 2024:

REPORT: Trump lays out when he intends to announce his 2024 decision

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