After assuring her help will arrive on Tuesday or "Wednesday at the latest", and hearing Yulín Cruz say that's not soon enough, Baldwin's Trump says: "Well, you should have paid your bills".
He later hung up on her, saying, "Wow, that woman was so nasty".
He went on: "This isn't that complicated, man".
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She explains to him that Puerto Rico is, in fact, part of the United States.
On Saturday, Kim Kardashian West offered President Trump some advice - from one reality star to another. Che said. "You can't walk into a store and do a million dollar's worth of damage and then be like, 'I get it, I'll leave'". "If anybody out there is listening to us, we are dying, and you are killing us with the inefficiency". Do the same thing. "Get you some bottled water, some food, some Atlanta Falcons Super Bowl T-shirts, write a check and - with our money, you cheap cracker".
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Though SNL took a comedic approach to the president's response, everyone can agree what's happening in Puerto Rico is no laughing matter.
Jay-Z performed twice, and when he performed "Bam" (with Damian Marley, who is also featured on the track on the album 4:44), he wore a football jersey, suggesting no team, that said "COLIN K" on the back and carried Colin Kaepernick's "7" on the front.
Trump did take to Twitter (surprise) on Sunday, Oct. 1 to address the situation - a brief break for all the football players out there. "I should have said it was a black versus white issue". "I could've played. People say I remind them of an National Football League player because I'm combative, I like to win and I might have a degenerative brain disease".
But while the show's political sketches with their indelible impressions are what a lot of people remember as the show's political presence - Tina Fey as Sarah Palin, Phil Hartman as Ronald Reagan, Dana Carvey as George H.W. Bush - what spoke most directly to the political moment were other things entirely.
It was announced earlier in September that Baldwin would reprise his character for the season opener. "If I'm doing a film [a Lamborghini biopic opposite Antonio Banderas] in Rome in the fall, you can bet I'm going to be on a satellite from Rome doing Trump".