'SNL' has Christmas message from Baldwin's Trump

Omarosa Manigault Newman who was fired three times on
Omarosa Manigault Newman who was fired three times on"The Apprentice" departs the White House staff under questionable circumstances

18 December, 2017

She made an appearance with a Christmas ornament of Roy Moore who recently lost his bid for Alabama Senate.

The gang was all here for Saturday Night Live's version of Christmas at the White House: Ivanka Trump, a newly-fired Omarosa Manigault, and an "Elf of the Shelf" brought to life by Jeff Sessions.

"Rest in peace", Strong echoed, before guiding "Trump" back to trimming the "tree of shame".

"Just in time for Christmas, we're about to give Americans the biggest, fattest tax cut they've ever seen", Baldwin's Mr Trump said.

Next Baldwin's president asked some White House aides to decorate the tree with Kate McKinnon's Kellyanne Conway offering up one with an image of "disgraced F.B.I. director James Comey".

The two then turned to trimming the tree, with Baldwin's Mr Trump saying: "In the Christmas spirit I wanted to thank all the awesome people who work for me, but because I can't help myself I also want to remember all the haters and losers I destroyed this year".

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Trump asked, "Are you here to deck the halls, Mike?"

Following Conway, Aidy Bryant's Sarah Huckabee Sanders hung two ornaments on the tree, one that had Sean Spicer's face on it and the other that had Anthony Scaramucci's likeness.

"I want ... out", McKinnon replies, before striding off the screen. "This angel's got Robert Mueller's face on it, cuz he's next!" she says. "At least America knows that I finally supported an accused child molester".

Omarosa makes a second, longer appearance on SNL's Weekend Update segment.

That was all she managed to get out before a security guard showed up to escort her off the premises again. "And you better throw me into the Christmas tree". Explaining that Democratic National Committee chairman Tom Perez tweeted "Black women led us to victory and we can't take that for granted", co-anchor (and newly appointed co-head writer) Michael Che offered a sly, skeptical and perfectly delivered, "Mmmm, but I bet you will".

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