Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live as Donald Trump this weekend and brought with him a trio of friends The show’s opening sketch was set in the socially cruel “NATO cafeteria.”
The show also featured the real-life-incident of world leaders being caught on a hot mic having a laugh at Trump’s expense.
Saturday Night Live cast Jimmy Fallon as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Paul Rudd as President Emmanuel Macron, James Corden as Prime Minister Boris Johnson and of course, Baldwin as Trump.
The cool kids Trudeau, Macron and Johnson are sitting at a table in the cafeteria when Balwin’s Trump shuffles in with a tray filled with cheeseburgers.
Baldwin’s Trump asks to sit down and the popular trio tells him no and suggests that he go sit with Latvia played by Alex Moffat. Latvia is playing with a ball-and-cup-toy.
The popular trio continues to make fun of Baldwin’s Trump behind his back.
“Did you hear him talk about climate change the other day?” Rudd said. “He said we need stronger toilets.”
“He’s dumber than Boris,” Fallon said.
Corden, who is playing Boris Johnson agrees. “He is! He’s dumber than me.”
Rudd and Fallon then urge Corden to hold a party at Buckingham Palace. Baldwin’s Trump overhears the conversation and tries to get the details of the party.
Fallon insists that Baldwin wouldn’t like it. “You’d have to walk upstairs,” he said.
Rudd then added: “The food is high quality but small portions. It’s your nightmare.”
Baldwin’s Trump then attempts again to get a seat at the popular table, but his seat is offered to another world leader, Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany played by Kate McKinnon. She then debates if she should take the seat.
McKinnon excitedly asked herself: “Is this happening? Am I about to sit at the cool kids’ table? Just relax, Angela. Should I bring my fluegelhorn?”
Baldwin’s Trump is again exiled, but this time with a sign taped tp his back that says, “Impeach me!!!,”
Baldwin’s Trump then sits down with Moffat.
“You know those guys aren’t your friends,” Moffat says. “They’re mean.”
“Oh, they’re just kidding around,” Baldwin said.
“Are you crying?” Moffat asked him.
“No,” answered Baldwin’s Trump. “I have a little hamburger I caught in my eye.”
The skit was hysterical from beginning to end.