The show's writing team didn't have to reach far for much of the cold open's material, lifting many moments almost directly from Thursday's stranger-than-fiction scene in the West Wing. With Chris Redd playing the role of Kanye and Alec Baldwin doing his patented Trump impression, SNL's cold open this weekend was, as Larry David might say, pretty, pretty good.
It is here when Trump has an internal monologue saying that he is "cuckoo" and how he "doesn't listen to anyone but himself". He turned to look at Kardashian, who smiled and said, "I would not like to have seven".
One source tells the outlet that 'Tiny thinks it is important for T.I.to not just stand by silently while Kanye runs amok in the White House. "It's like I'm being visited by the ghost of Christmas Black!"
TUKO.co.ke understands Kanye together with fellow musician Big Sean traveled to Uganda to shoot a music video.
It ends with Trump telling Kanye that he loves him and that they have a lot in common: "We are both geniuses, we're both married to attractive women and we've both definitely been recorded saying the N-word". "I am not because I have met Kanye and I am incapable of being surprised by him", he explained. Occasionally, he'd nod as though West had said something extremely wise, but Trump is so desperate for celebrity support, he'd have Chucky from Child's Play around for tea if he could. "With Seth, Colin & Michael", and the three took turns roasting Trump and West for their behavior at the meeting.
"So, I'm you, I'm us, it's us". "We are both geniuses, we're both married to handsome women and we've both definitely been recorded saying the 'N-word'".
The Departed star reprised his impression of the controversial Republican leader for a parody sketch of Kanye's White House visit on Thursday, when the Power hitmaker ranted about prison reform, mental heath, and the lack of inspirational male figures in his life.