On 'Saturday Night Live,' Melissa McCarthy's 'Spicey' Has An Easter Message

  • On 'Saturday Night Live,' Melissa McCarthy's 'Spicey' Has An Easter Message

On 'Saturday Night Live,' Melissa McCarthy's 'Spicey' Has An Easter Message

The show opened with Trump in the Oval Office alongside Mike Pence, (portrayed by Beck Bennett).

Pence urges Trump to address the issue of his top advisers being at each other's throats, prompting Trump to call Bannon and Kushner into the Oval Office.

The alleged infighting within President Donald Trump's administration served as the inspiration for NBC's Saturday Night Live (SNL) episode late Saturday, with comedian Jimmy Fallon making an appearance as Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner. He smiled a lot but didn't say anything, even when Trump prodded him to deliver the signature "live from NY, it's Saturday night" intro. "Steve, you may be smart, but I once walked in on you eating a live pig in the Roosevelt Room", Baldwin says as Trump while picking between the two.

'Now, in defending the president's decision, I said.at least Hitler never used chemical weapons and everybody freaked out. Bannon was, once again, featured as the Grim Reaper. "Try to see the big picture [and not] focus on every little slur and lie I say".

Kushner had volunteered to speak with the Senate Intelligence Committee last month after the White House Counsel's Office was told the committee would be investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election and wished to speak with Kushner regarding meetings he arranged with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak. Trump compared Bannon and Kushner, who he says never speaks, but takes handsome pictures. If you've noticed, Conway hasn't been on television much recently. "Just fix everything, OK?" Yeah, you all got your wish this week.

Earlier this week Mr Trump told the New York Post, "Steve is a good guy, but I told them to straighten it out or I will".

The real Spicer has made numerous false claims, starting from his first press conference. "I take North Korea very seriously".

McCarthy concluded by wishing everyone a Happy Easter, adding: 'Oh, by the way, the president is probably going to bomb North Korea tonight.

"Saturday Night Live" aired at the same time coast to coast Saturday, April 15, a first that allowed every viewer to experience it truly live.