SNL perfectly captured the way that Sens. Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham, and Susan Collins twist and bend to support Trump.
Robert DeNiro was on “Saturday Night Live” again last night doing an outstanding job playing the role of former special counsel Robert Mueller.
In the show’s cold opening sketch Alec Baldwin was also featured portraying President Donald Trump, doing his usual excellent job as well.
Donald Trump on Sunday attacked a Saturday Night Live (SNL) rerun for making jokes at his expense. The popular NBC show opened with a skit called “It’s a Wonderful Trump” which showed what life would be like if he had never been elected president.
Donald Trump’s mental state has been questioned many times. Psychologists have analyzed his lack of mental health and raised real concerns about his stability. He has been diagnosed as a sociopath and a narcissist, and it seems that every day he demonstrates these psychological pathologies on Twitter.
All-time favorite comedian Steve Martin returned to Saturday Night Live (SNL) last night to play newly-indicted adviser to President Donald Trump, Roger Stone.
On Thursday night Stone was charged with suspicion of obstruction, giving false statements and witness tampering. He was arrested by the FBI during a pre-dawn raid on his home in Florida on Friday. Stone is a key player in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian influence on the 2016 presidential election, and the conspiracy between Russia and the Trump campaign.
Alec Baldwin reprised his classic role as an unhinged Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live (SNL) last night and it was one of his finest performances.
Whenever scandals in the White House and global events get too stressful our president finds an outlet by going on rants that make him feel better. This happened last week at a retreat in West Virginia that was supposed to be about tax reform, and happened again during a White House meeting with the Baltic States.
Melissa McCarthy's latest satire of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer showed that the American people had lost all faith in Trump and his White House to tell them the truth about anything.
Alec Baldwin's latest turn as Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live featured a brilliantly clever reflection of the truth about those who voted for Donald Trump. No matter how much Trump hurts them, his voters still support him.
The ratings are in, and they are bad news for President Trump. Alec Baldwin's Trump impression is so popular that it led the program to six-year ratings high and easily bested the ratings for the episode that Trump guest hosted in 2015.
After President-elect Donald Trump had complained about Alec Baldwin's impression of him on Saturday Night Live, the actor offered to stop doing the impression if Trump would release his tax returns.
Donald Trump is claiming that Saturday Night live is out to get him and that the late night comedy show is rigging the election for Hillary Clinton.
Boone says “there should be regulations that prohibit blasphemy” because SNL made fun of Christians pretending to be persecuted
Friday Fox Follies highlights Bill O'Reilly's continued issues with the truth, Andrea Tantaros accusing the White House of being anti-Semitic and Fox's hypocritical Ferguson coverage.
During Thursday's airing of Fox News' Outnumbered, the network's resident psychiatrist, Dr. Keith Ablow, amazingly claimed that President Obama is using the World Cup as a distraction.
Saturday Night Live encapsulated and amplified Mitt Romney's weakest points for posterity, and it's as devastating as Tina Fey's Sarah Palin was in 2008.
Christine O'Donnell's fading hopes in her US Senate race were likely completely killed off last night, when SNL perfectly spoofed her first campaign ad, with SNL's O'Donnell saying, "I'm not a witch. I'm nothing like you heard. I'm you and just like you, I have to constantly deny that I'm a witch."