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Saturday Night Live Takes Aim at Omarosa's Exit From the White House

18 December 2017

It's the most wonderful time of the year and "Saturday Night Live" had a special Christmas message from President Donald Trump on Saturday night.

Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump returned to "Saturday Night Live" (SNL) last night to trim the Christmas tree of shame with the ornaments of "all the haters and losers [he] destroyed this year".

"That's right, I quit", she said.

Baldwin-as-Trump then announces he will honor all of the employees who work for him in the White House.

First up is Kate McKinnon as Kellyanne Conway, saying she has chosen an ornament with "disgraced" former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey on it.

Trump asked, "Are you here to deck the halls, Mike?"

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Replied Pence: "Oh I don't like that song because it mentions gay apparel". "It's my greatest achievement, so now I can settle down and be super-presidential - that is, until Don Lemon says something mean about me, and I tweet the actual n-word".

Leslie Jones played Omarosa Manigault Newman, who recently left her job as a White House aide under questionable circumstances, could be seen outside the window of the Oval Office before being dragged away. And what better way to kick off proceedings than with a surprise cameo from Scarlett Johansson, reprising the role of Ivanka Trump with her impeccable impression.

"Hey! Let me in", Jones' Omarosa said from the outside looking in. Luckily, Johansson's Ivanka is back, to help bring to life SNL's holiday-themed White House cold open.

On husband Jared Kushner, Johansson's Ivanka said, "He's packing a go bag before the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrives". "At least America knows that I finally supported an accused child molester".

The Trump boys then emerged (Alex Moffat and Mikey Day) to produce a bevy of other former White House employees and introduce "Elf on a Shelf" Jeff Sessions (McKinnon, again), a tiny, red spandex-adorned sprite on the mantel over the fireplace.

Saturday Night Live Takes Aim at Omarosa's Exit From the White House