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“Saturday Night Live” season closer to mocks Trump with Queen Song “Stop Me Now Now”

May 19, 2019 Entertainment 1 Views Breaking News Emails Get urgent news alerts and special reports. 19.19.2009, 05:41 UTC By Dennis Romero "Saturday Night Live" intricate his 44th season by opening with a choral song queen "Don't Stop Me Now," a phrase like shown to irony against the challenged Donald Trump Presidency. The president, played by Alec Baldwin, introduced the cold with obvious proclamations, including that the economy was "on fire". "I will not tell if it is a fire that keeps you warm or burns your house to the ground," he said. Trump is facing increased pressure from Congress to reveal his tax returns and to present White House staff for testimony regarding special counsel Robert Mueller's Russian influence study in the 201 6 election. On the "SNL" Saturday, members of the background made as Oval Office performed "Don't Stop Me Now" with press secretary Sarah Sander's, played by Aidy Bryant, singing, "You can't judge him, he'll stop. " Melania Trump, played by Cecily Strong, said, "He has the best and brightest guys, that's why most of them earn time." Mueller, played by Robert De Niro, tried to intervene: "I have something very important to say to the American people, "he said," – something they need to hear. " Trump blocked him and said," No collusion, no obstruction ". Later in the exhibition, the news segment "Weekend Update" expanded the criticism of Trump by looking at his trade war with China. Employees Michael Che wondered what the US had…

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19.19.2009, 05:41 UTC

By Dennis Romero

“Saturday Night Live” intricate his 44th season by opening with a choral song queen “Don’t Stop Me Now,” a phrase like shown to irony against the challenged Donald Trump Presidency.

The president, played by Alec Baldwin, introduced the cold with obvious proclamations, including that the economy was “on fire”.

“I will not tell if it is a fire that keeps you warm or burns your house to the ground,” he said.

Trump is facing increased pressure from Congress to reveal his tax returns and to present White House staff for testimony regarding special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russian influence study in the 201

6 election.

On the “SNL” Saturday, members of the background made as Oval Office performed “Don’t Stop Me Now” with press secretary Sarah Sander’s, played by Aidy Bryant, singing, “You can’t judge him, he’ll stop. “

Melania Trump, played by Cecily Strong, said, “He has the best and brightest guys, that’s why most of them earn time.”

Mueller, played by Robert De Niro, tried to intervene: “I have something very important to say to the American people, “he said,” – something they need to hear. “

Trump blocked him and said,” No collusion, no obstruction “.

Later in the exhibition, the news segment “Weekend Update” expanded the criticism of Trump by looking at his trade war with China.

Employees Michael Che wondered what the US had to sell China that the Chinese would actually want to buy.

“What fan do we sell to China besides Marvel films and credit card debt?” He said.

With a picture of an “Abble” clock behind him, Che said: “All we have can only do for themselves” by changing some letters of a brand.

The segment quickly turned to the subject of abortion rights and the Alabama legislature’s vote to adopt the most stringent abortion laws in the country.

“This SNL season started in 2018, but it looks like it will end somewhere back in the 1970s.” “Weekend update” co-worker Colin Jost said.

Cast member Leslie Jones agreed to criticize the Alabama law.

“I don’t know if you heard, but women are the same as humans,” she said. “When women have choices, women have freedom.”

Grammy-nominated rapper and hip hop producer DJ Khaled debuted as a musical guest, joined by John Legend, SZA and others and host Paul Rudd.

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