The entire cast of “Saturday Night Live” wanted to flee when the then-"Apprentice" host first came on the show in 2004.
“This underground cabal ... who’s part of it? How do you get an invite? Is it reservations or open table?" wondered Kate McKinnon.
If “you’re going to impeach a president for anything, don’t you think it’s sending a mob to kill the vice president?” he asked.
“I just suggested the military overthrow the government, and look, if that’s not democracy I don’t know what is," said Beck Bennett's Mike Lindell.
And Colin Jost was manipulated into making fun of wife Scarlett Johansson.
The ballots for Joe Biden could actually be "tortillas," McKinnon's Rudy suggested on "SNL's" "Weekend Update."
The "Saturday Night Live" comedian thinks Trump's fans are exhausted.
The couple, who got engaged in May 2019, tied the knot after three years of dating.
"We're just singing," Kenan Thompson explained when Colin Jost protested on "Weekend Update."
The election, the pandemic, the future: Don't worry, McKinnon tells her audience. We got dis.