Alec Baldwin plays ‘Deal or No Deal’ in ‘SNL’ shutdown spoof




Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live as President Trump, in a cold open sport of “Deal or No Deal.”

In the spoof on the standard sport current, Baldwin’s Trump is having fun with to succeed in a care for Democrats and end the federal authorities shutdown — which entered its 30th day on Sunday.

“I want $5 billion for my border wall, and in exchange, I’ll extend DACA, and I’ll release the kids from cages so they can be free-range kids,” says Baldwin’s Trump, after rejecting a briefcase containing Congress’ deal.

The current then turned to members of congress ready to produce presents — and SNL Trump first picked a briefcase held by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, carried out by Kate McKinnon.

Her present was: $1 billion, and “You say, ‘Nancy is my mommy.’”

Baldwin’s Trump then picked briefcases from actors having fun with Sen. Chuck Schumer, Sen. Mitch McConnell and Reps Maxine Waters and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

“Trump and the GOP are terrified of me because I’m under 100 and I know how to use Instagram,” Melissa Villasenor says as a result of the liberal New York rep.

Finally, SNL Trump takes the deal launched to him by a Clemson participant — who offered him a burger — in a nod to the fast-food feast the president dealt with the crew to for his or her White House go to.

Earlier in the day, the real-life Trump had offered protections for 1 million immigrants in change for a $5.7 billion border wall. The Democrats rejected his deal.




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