'SNL': Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump Declares 'The War on Christmas Is Over'


The two then turned to trimming the tree, with Baldwin's Mr Trump saying: "In the Christmas spirit I wanted to thank all the incredible people who work for me, but because I can't help myself I also want to remember all the haters and losers I destroyed this year". His plan: hanging ornaments with their faces on the "tree of shame". When Trump asks Conway what she wants for Christmas, she simply replies: "I want out".

Vice President Mike Pence, played by Beck Bennett, then comes forward with an ornament of former National Security Advisor Mike Flynn, who pleaded guilty earlier this month to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation about his contact with the former Russian ambassador during the presidential transition, and is now cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller. "Because he lied to us, Mr. President, and he acted alone, without our knowledge".

Leslie Jones, as Omarosa, bangs on the windows of the White House in an attempt to get her job back.

"That's right, I quit", she said.

Scarlett Johanssen, playing First Daughter Ivanka Trump, lands with a decoration for previous Alabama Senate applicant Roy Moore, disclosing that she attempted to make an adornment for Steve Bannon, yet his face would not fit.

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"I left that job by choice", she insisted. Cracked Ivanka, "There's a special place in hell and we're all there". "Nobody kicks Omarosa out of the White House!"

Meanwhile, Kate McKinnon updated her Jeff Sessions impression for the holidays by portraying the attorney general as an "Elf of the Shelf". McKinnon asked. The angel had special counsel Robert Mueller's face on it. Explaining that Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez tweeted "Black women led us to victory and we can't take that for granted", co-anchor (and newly appointed co-head writer) Michael Che offered a sly, skeptical and perfectly delivered, "Mmmm, but I bet you will".

But Che in particular is proving to be one of the most biting voices in late night T.V., even if he's only got a few minutes each week to carve out a niche. In his monolog, he riffed on fatherhood - he just became a father for the third time.

Hart, who's now starring in the movie "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle", was joined by musical guest The Foo Fighters.