SNL opened with a spoof of Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough's Morning Joe, played by Kate McKinnon and Alex Moffat respectively. Armisen replied, "Well, the worst one was the baby races". Trump would ask to have two babies placed in his office, usually of different races. "Someone would put a bowl of goldfish crackers on the other side of the room and Trump would say '$1,000 on the black one'".
Armisen played the author as flippant about the truth of the tales in his sensational new book about the Trump White House.
Asked about inaccuracies, Armisen gave a perfectly Wolffian "You read it, right?"
Bill Murray made a cameo on "Saturday Night Live" as Steve Bannon in the opening skit. And you liked it, you had fun? Bannon also announced his forthcoming web series for Crackle - Cucks in Cars Getting Coffee - and a blotchy skincare line for men.
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Next came Bannon, at first in SNL's typical portrayal as a Grim Reaper, then pulling back the hood to reveal Murray, his face blotched with red and using a voice closer to his old Nick the Lounge Singer than Trump's estranged guru.
Bill Murray also appeared as Steve Bannon, giving insight as to what he has going on. Bannon, who was ejected from Breitbart News, updated everyone on what he's been up to.
It all started not long after Donald Trump locked up the Republican nomination following his upset win over 16 other candidates in the GOP primary. "I'm a celebrity so I'm qualified", said Jones as Winfrey before adding that there's only one job in the world more powerful than president and that's being Oprah.
Bannon was heavily featured in the book, even saying Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with the Russians in Trump Tower was "treasonous" and "would crack like an egg" if the Federal Bureau of Investigation interviewed him.
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