SNL's Trump Celebrates Christmas With ScarJo's Ivanka and... Omarosa?

18 December, 2017, 00:38 | Author: Dustin Murphy
  • After Omarosa returns to the elderly villainess with a few locks of Trump┬┐s hair she refuses to hand it over. They then engage in a duel to the death. Omarosa prevails and tosses the old villainess out of the spaceship. Omarosa then declares victory

And you thought your office holiday party was bad- for Saturday Night Live's Christmas-themed open last night, Alec Baldwin, reprising his role as Donald Trump, and Cecily Strong, as Melania, hosted a tree-trimming party at the White House, in a skit that paid homage to some of the year's biggest political failures.

Next up is White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders (Aidy Bryant), who offers not one but two ornaments.

His plan was hanging ornaments with their faces on the "tree of shame".

A parade of familiar White House characters comes through to help them do this - and just happens to reflect special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's deepening investigation into whether Trump colluded with Russian Federation to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.

However, not everyone was allowed in on the special Christmas message, like Leslie Jones' Omarosa Manigault Newman, who left the White House this week.


He praises the tax cut as an achievement so great that it might actually prompt him to behave in a presidential manner - "That is until [CNN anchor] Don Lemon says something mean about me and I tweet the actual n-word". "I see you in there, Donald".

Matt commented on the video's YouTube page, "I can't believe she agreed to do it but glad she did!" while viewers added, "Porn has better lines" and "This woman is nuts!"

Omarosa is seen slamming on the window and demanding to be let in, before being bundled away by a security officer, in a scene that echoed some recent rumours that she was forcibly removed from the White House premises.

Scarlett Johansson, playing Ivanka Trump, was asked by Baldwin about the whereabouts of her husband, Jared Kushner. Scarlett Johansson made a return appearance as Ivanka - minus Jared, who was "packing a go-bag before the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrives". "I brought you a brand-new ornament: Roy Moore".

McKinnon played Jeff Sessions as the "elf on the shelf".

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