Saturday Night Live targeted Donald Trump‘s “major announcement” about his new digital trading cards during their Dec. 17 Cold Open segment.

On Wednesday morning, the former President introduced Trump Digital Trading Cards going for $99 apiece.

His video spiel about the NFT cards predictably inspired SNL sketch content, and the show’s resident Trump, James Austin Johnson, took on a hilarious impression of Trump’s announcement.

“Trump cards are each $99,” Johnson explained in character. “Seems like a lot, seems like a scam and in many ways, it is. But we love the Trump cards.”

He quipped, “You can also get them for free by just going online and looking at them, maybe, I don’t know, but we would really prefer it if you sent the $99.”

Ridiculous artwork of Trump flashed across the screen as the fake Trump “advertised” to the audience, “You’ll get me as a cowboy or me melting Biden’s ice cream with my big laser eyes.”

Johnson’s Trump then welcomed his “third most embarassing child,” Donald Trump Jr. (AKA Mikey Day).

“Very funny, Dad, and so good to be here for the launch of this amazing, totally legit product,” Day joked. “These cards are fantastic and a steal. And I know what you’re thinking. $99? You can get two grams for that!”

The actual Trump encouraged his followers to engage with the cards on his social media platform, Truth Social. “Collect all of your favorite Trump Digital Trading Cards, very much like a baseball card, but hopefully much more exciting,” he said. “Only $99 each!”

During the video announcement of his NFT collection, Trump took a moment to boast that his presidency was “better than Lincoln, better than Washington.” He also claimed, “These cards feature some of the really incredible artwork pertaining to my life and my career, it’s been very exciting.

“Remember,” Trump added, “Christmas is coming and this makes a great Christmas gift.”

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