Watch: SNL Just Took It’s Biggest Shots At The Trump Administration Yet


Actor Alec Baldwin return to his role as President Trump during a sketch on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend, where he and fellow cast members decorated his Christmas “tree of shame.” (see video below)

The tree, which includes “losers and haters,” shows off ornaments with the faces of fired and ousted White House staffers as well as former FBI Director James Comey.

With other decorations including Anthony Scaramucci and Michael Flynn.

Scarlett Johansson made a surprise cameo as Trump’s daughter, Ivanka Trump.

Johansson’s Ivanka offered Trump a Roy Moore ornament for the tree on top of a Mad Ball.

“I tried to make a Steve Bannon ornament but his face wouldn’t fit, so I brought you a Mad Ball, instead,” she says.

The skit featured Kate McKinnon as both Kellyanne Conway and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who was reduced to an Elf on the Shelf displayed in the White House.

“SNL” also took shots at Omarosa Manigault’s firing this week, with cast member Leslie Jones stepping into the role of the former “Apprentice” star turned White House adviser.

Jones stands just outside the White House looking through the windows and begging to be let back in, even attacking a member of the secret service in the process.

“She’s a tough cookie,” Trump explains to Melania. “I think we’ll have to move.”

The skit ends with her hoisting up and old school boombox and blasting “The Apprentice” credit song asking to be let back in.

“Take me back, I’ll always love you,” she yells at Trump.

Manigault stepped down from the White House this week. CBS News reported that she had gone so far as to set off White House alarms whilst trying to enter the residence and speak with Trump after her firing.



Jason Brown is a political writer, and a political science graduate from Lehigh University.