SNL Depicts Fox & Friends Giving Trump His Daily Intelligence Briefing

SNL Depicts Fox & Friends Giving Trump His Daily Intelligence Briefing

Baldwin made his latest appearance on "Saturday Night Live" as President Donald Trump on Saturday night's episode of the NBC variety series.

The skit opened as a parody of "Fox & Friends" with Heidi Gardner as Ainsley Earhardt saying hello to President Trump, who she suggested was laying in the Lincoln Bedroom tweeting with an egg McMuffin on his chest.

Trump later called in to "Fox and Friends" from his bed in the White House, telling the co-hosts, "If you're wondering why I'm so out of breath it's because I'm doing my p90X workout" as he tossed a McDonald's wrapper off the bed. Written by Rep. Devin Nunes, the memo frames the FBI's investigation into Trump's ties with Russian Federation as a biased, deliberate attack on the president.

A ditzed-out Strong responds: "There are no real jobs here, you know?" Hicks said. "Everyday feels like when a group of strangers suddenly works together to push a beached whale back into the sea". "Now you are the White House Communication Director".

The hosts then shower an avalanche of praise at Trump, calling him greater than Julius Caesar and saying that his State of the Union speech was the greatest speech in US history.

Tonight's show began with a spoof of Fox & Friends, and the biggest issue on deck was the newly-released FISA memo.

Baldwin as Trump then said that a lot of people, including Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, said that his State of the Union speech was incredible and better than Martin Luther King's "I Dream of Jeannie" speech. He then spoke out about the Devin Nunes memo, calling it the "greatest memo since the Declaration of Independence", even though he hadn't read "either one of them".

Trump then encourages the hosts to back his claim about his State of the Union speech viewership, before asking them, "Who's the most innocent guy in the whole wide world?"

"Daddy needed that. He needed that", he tells them after taking a swig of Diet Coke.



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