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Melissa McCarthy's 'Spicey' Tours Manhattan On Podium

September 20 2017, 08:09 | Perry Erickson

Alec Baldwin (right) reprised his role as President Donald Trump alongside McCarthy as Spicer.

Inside Trump is Comey, depicted as a dog; inside him is Hillary Clinton, depicted as a witch; and inside her is Vladimir Putin-but McCarthy tells reporters not to "look at him", realizing his inclusion was a mistake.

Sanders did this in real life this week while Spicer was fulfilling his U.S. Navy Reserve Duty.

"I'm famous, it's OK", says Baldwin's Trump.

If the rumors are true and Trump plans to give Spicer the boot, our press secretary will join the ranks of former FBI Director James Comey, former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates and former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, among others.

Trump later added: "I've got the Republicans in the palm of my hand" - and out walks Paul Ryan, played by Mikey Dee. "Is this all over?" "Is this all over?" asks a baffled Holt.

"Your presidency is like the craziest show on TV", Holt said.

After asking for Holt's undying loyalty, Baldwin's Trump plainly admits he fired Comey over his investigation into possible collusion between the administration and Russian Federation.

The sketch included "Spicer" attacking reporters with fire extinguishers and even structures of the White House itself before the reporters asked if Trump is lying to Spicer.

We can't wait for Trump to tweet about this sketch, that's for certain. She eventually finds Trump, played by Alec Baldwin, at a New Jersey golf course.

Spicer arrived at Trump Tower, only to be told by the doormen that Trump doesn't come there anymore.

"Is this like The Godfather where you kiss me and nobody ever sees him again?" he asked worriedly.

But "SNL" also showed us how comedy can be nuanced enough to still remind us of who Trump truly is. The jokes have turned harsher as the news has grown weirder.

Did Trump tape conversations with Comey? "Everything Trump does sounds like the trailer of a wacky movie", anchor Che said.

"Sean, come on", Trump replied.

He rolls through Manhattan traffic via motorized podium, promising to "talk better".

Then the very wacky Cathy Anne (Cecily Strong) turned fierce political commentator. The majority of the sketch was paint-by-numbers until Spicer had an existential dilemma, wondered if Trump was really his friend at all, and embarked on a journey to NY in order to find Trump. She deemed that insane. "He's trying to blend in with his surroundings", she said.

So this Mother's Day, here's to America's mothers, yes, but also, here's to Sarah and Will, who we sincerely hope had something to do with getting their mom tickets to Saturday Night Live.



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