Saturday Night Live Reveals Bill Murray as Their Steve Bannon

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"But I'm different from Donald Trump because I'm actually a billionaire", she said.

"Saturday Night Live" returned for its first show of 2018, and it wasted no time catching the audience up on the hottest topics from politics.

Baldwin was so convincing in his portrayal that he received high praise from critics, leading to a win at the Emmy Awards. While Trump no longer speaks out against "SNL" on his social media accounts, Baldwin and other cast members took shots at the controversy in the White House during almost all of their broadcasts.

Murray was sat with SNL alum Fred Armisen, who played author Michael Wolff, as two guests for MSNBC's morning show Morning Joe.

'There were baby races.

"I always thought you looked like death", Kate McKinnon's Mika told Murray's Bannon. Trump would ask to have two babies placed in his office, usually of different races. "Someone would put a bowl of Goldfish Crackers on the other side of the room and Trump would say, 'A thousand bucks on the black one'".

Saturday Night Live came back from hiatus tonight, and with everything that happened in the last few weeks, they had quite a bit of catching up to do.

Bannon certainly had a bone to pick with Wolff, whose book led to the former White House advisor's firing from Breitbart and prompted the president to mock him on Twitter as "Sloppy Steve". "I'm already auditioning candidates and prospects like Logan Paul, Martin Shkreli, the Subway guy".

"Well, I'm a celebrity, so I'm qualified", Jones' Oprah answered to questions of her running for president.

The show got right to it with a hilarious cold openlampooning Morning Joe's most recent discussions about President Donald Trump.

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