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By Dennis Romero
“Saturday Night Live” had fun with concern by US Attorney General Jeff Sessions, replaced by President Loyalist Matthew Whitaker, President Donald Trump.
The comedy show opened with Sessions, played by Kate McKinnon, ready to leave his office.
“This is Matthew Whitaker’s office now Jeff,” says press secretary Sarah Sanders, played by Aidy Bryant.
“I do not understand how Mr. Trump could replace me with Matt Whitaker,” Sessions said. “He’s just a shadowy businessman without experience blindly loyal to Donald Trump. Okay, it’s loud, it’s sensible.”
Liev Schreiber gives his monologue at the beginning of Saturday Night Live on November 10, 2018. Saturday Night Live
The smallest number – Trump mocked Sessions like “Mr. Magoo” – the conclusion that everything will turn out ok.
“I’ll be fine,” he said. “I have saved acorn for the long winter.”
Robert De Niro appeared for a como like Robert Mueller, the Special Council’s study of Russia’s influence on the presidential elections in 2016.
“What did I do?” Sessions asks him and refers to his return in the monitoring of the investigation.
“More than you ever know,” Mueller said.
The monologue belonged to the guest world Liev Schreiber in the Showtime drama series Ray Donovan. He celebrated high voting for Tuesday’s middle election.
“We showed up we care – we care about our children and we care about our country,” says Schreiber.
A music video shot portrayed rappers, including musical guest Lil Wayne, as newborn supporters of the Time Up Movement. Jumping star and producer Future made a look and raped that he would steal a girlfriend “but only with her condition”.
Lil Wayne said, “Respect the ladies, so I treat you as one.”
On the “Weekend Update” news segment, co-hosted Michael Che Georgia’s governor Stacey Abrams for a strong show in her challenge of Foreign Minister Brian Kemp, who had been monitoring the election until his latest res ignition.
“It would be like hitting LeBron at home if he was also a ref,” said Che.
But it was “SNL” repertoire Pete Davidson who stole the show again by returning to his November 3 jokes at the expense of Dan Crenshaw, the Republican Congressional candidate in Texas recently won a seat in the US House of Representatives. Lieutenant Commander Dan Crenshaw and Pete Davidson appear on SNL’s Weekend Update on November 10, 2018.  Lieutenant Commander Dan Crenshaw and Pete Davidson are shown on SNL’s Weekend Update on November 10, 2018. NBC
The former US Navy SEAL lost an eye while it served in Afghanistan when an improvised explosive device blew up. Last week, Davidson Crenshaw’s picture showed him – he is wearing an eyelash – and said he looks like a “hitman in a porn movie.”
The comedian was generally criticized for the quip.
On Saturday, Davidson responded with apology
“The man is a war hero and deserves all respect in the world,” he said.
Then Crenshaw saw and did fun with a photo of Davidson, as he said “looks like meth from” Breaking Bad “was a person.”
His phone rang and the ringtone was Ariana Grande’s “Breathin.”
“Will you answer that?” said that Davidson, who only last week acknowledged his dissolution with the pop star.
Crenshaw then received serious and famous veterans and first respondents, including David’s father, a fireman from New York who died in 9/11.
He encouraged Americans to “never forget the victims the veterans have done before and now.”