Saturday night live Welcome to Alec Baldwin as President Donald Trump this weekend – he appeared during the 13th installment – and the show was not wasted any time by transmitting the Argentine trip from POTUS for the G20-tip.
During the cold opening, Trump joins his Park Hyatt balcony in the South American country by his wife Melania, to whom he confesses he has problems sleeping. "I hold this nightmare, where I go through a forest of blood," he says. The strange Christmas decorations of Melania separate, Trump is Mueller's research – enters the Rudy Giuliani vampire and the film Michael Benchiller by Ben Stiller – followed by, of course, a rifle on Vladimir Putin's slander hand Sauna heir Mohammad Bin Salman To Saud (played by SNL veteran Fred Armisen).
"You are like my favorite girl," Putin tries to trump. "This Saudi people is just a casual entrance."
Look at the completely cold open up, then tell us if you think that light of the betrayal way / role of the MBS in the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi feels more than a bit straightforward.
The segment meets with the whole group casting in a spoof of "Do not Cry for Me Argentina" Avoid. "Do not cry Argentina for me, the truth is very guilty," Trump sings. "Some few, and perhaps betrayal, but I have kept my promise, no, not me."
Baldwin disappeared from the late night series after his arrest for a misleading attack at the beginning of November. The actor supposedly hit a man during a parking quarrel near his hometown. Baldwin denied the accusations, calling the accusation that he had hit another man "false". Four days after the event, ABC drew attention to the experience Show Alec Baldwin from its Sunday, moving the discussion program to Saturdays at 10/9 p.m. on December 8.
During his cold exchange with Cohen, Baldwin (as Trump) made reference to the arrest, saying he was not so angry, because he "jumped over that parking."
Check back Sunday morning for a complete episode recap. Until then, get the comments with your thoughts about Trump's jealous side.