Alec Baldwin Plays Donald Trump Again On ‘SNL’ In ‘Fox & Friends’ Sketch
Saturday Night Live featured another skit of Alec Baldwin impersonating President Donald Trump – this time as a guest on Fox & Friends.
The episode features Fox & Friends’ Steve Doocy (Alex Moffat), Ainsley Earhardt (Heidi Gardner) and Brian Kilmeade (Beck Bennett). They start by interviewing the White House communications director Hope Hicks (Cecily Strong). “We love the show over here at the White House – it’s playing a full volume during every meeting,” Hicks says. They poke fun at Hicks with Kilmeade noting, “two years ago, you were a 26-year-old former model working for Ivanka Trump‘s clothing line, now you’re White House communications director!”
The next person interviewed is Louis Farrakhan (Chris Redd), leader of the Nation of Islam. “I’m surprised to be on your show,” Farrakhan says. Kilmeade explains he doesn’t know much about him but was willing to hear his thoughts on the FBI. “Ah ha yes, the FBI, a nest of vipers and devils,” Farrakhan replies.
That’s when Trump calls in, saying, “Right now I’m getting my daily intelligence briefing.” “From who?” asks Doocy. “From you guys,” Trump responds. He talks about the State of the Union speech which apparently was watched by 10 billion people including viewers in China. “They say there’s only seven billion people on Earth, so where did the other three billion come from Illegals? I don’t know,” Trump says.
The skit closed out with Trump getting ego-stroking comments from the hosts. “Daddy needed that, daddy needed that,” he replies.