A Canadian woman's idea to make a lawn ornament out of a picture of White House press secretary Sean Spicer has been trending on social media.
After firing the Federal Bureau of Investigation director last week, Trump sent out an ominous message which implied that his conversations with Comey were recorded, and that Comey "better hope" they never find their way to the media. But the fact that the press secretary made some comical headlines upon his return left no doubt about it - which only heightened hype for Saturday's show. The White House has kept back any comments so far but we don't expect it to last for long.
"Let me just put this whole Russian thing to bed once and for all", fake-Spicer said. The next doll up is Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty, presented as "Hillary Clinton". McCarthy once again brought comic spice plus Spicer to "Saturday Night Live". Ultimately, Comey's firing is traced to "Trump's good friend" Jeff Sessions who's symbolized by Pikachu. Spicer is also shocked at the notion that "his friend" Trump could be lying to him, and the sketch ends on a surprising note.
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Bateman went as far to suggest that the show - or at least his participation - would begin filming this summer. Bateman plays Michael Bluth, who tries to keep his wealthy but dysfunctional family together.
He rolls through Manhattan traffic via motorized podium, promising to "talk better". He's told by the control room it didn't matter what Trump said - because his supporters would back him, no matter what. "I'm famous, it's OK".
Don't be surprised if, in the coming days, you happen to spot White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer peeking out from behind a bush near you.
What followed was an epic trip to New York's Trump Tower, which saw McCarthy's Spicer riding a motorized podium through the streets of NY, only to be redirected to a golf course in New Jersey, where Baldwin's Trump was playing with a toy.