President Trump helps defend "SNL" from an alien invasion - kind of

Mar 13, 2017, 01:11
President Trump helps defend

But it was far from the Donald show on SNL last night, either. His take on Trump's would-be response was hardly Bill Pullman-esque.

"His policies aside, which you can hate, I thought he would have just relaxed", Baldwin told Extra.

Well, that's not quite how it works. And the aliens are laughing at us. Alec Baldwin, sporting his blonde Trump wig and a bomber jacket, strolls onto the screen, bobbing his head and pursing his lips. "I know this guy over here loves Trump", he adds, pointing to an incinerated, still-smoking alien.

Baldwin's Trump appears not to know the Pledge of Allegiance; in addition to numerous words he can not pronounce, like "demand", he says, "That's is why I hereby demand".

"We know the aliens are killing us sir, they have the most advanced weaponized technology we've ever seen", cast member Kennan Thompson, who was playing an army commander, said.

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It's become nearly a weekly routine but SNL has made mocking Trump the most must-see portion of their broadcast.

When Kenan Thompson, playing a soldier, asks what he will do to fight the aliens, who have the edge with the latest technology, "Trump" says, "Here's what we're going to do". "We don't win anymore!", he said.

Yes, Alec Baldwin brought his half-hilarious, half-terrifying Trump impression back to SNL last night, and instead of poking fun at something ridiculous the president has already done, they looked to the future. "We're going to have so much coal, you're gonna say, 'Where did all this coal come from?"

As the explosions start coming down and the aliens get closer, Baldwin's Trump insists, "They've been coming here for hundreds of years".

"Luckily, no lives were lost because nobody was staying at the hotel", a soldier says. InfoWars. Of the show's unhinged host Alex Jones, he says, "He's legit because he's always taking off his shirt, okay?"