Of course "Saturday Night Live" would poke fun at President Trump's White House confab with rapper Kanye West last week. "I'm proud to welcome Kanye West-Saddam-Yeezus-Yandhi-Yaddam-Yossein, an wonderful guy", he said, obviously mocking West's habit of coming up with insane nicknames for himself.
Watch the video below:"Thank you all for joining us today for this important discussion that's in no way a publicity stunt".
Once again, Trump was portrayed by Alec Baldwin.
From there, Baldwin (Trump) remains silent but viewers get to hear his inner dialogue, which consists of things like "poopity scoop" and "oh, this guy might be coocoo".
It is here when Trump has an internal monologue saying that he is "cuckoo" and how he "doesn't listen to anyone but himself". "Mr. Trump. I love Trump", Museveni said in January 2018, according to the BBC.
"Oh my God, he's black me".
Unless you've been living under a rock recently, you'll know that Kanye West has come in for a lot of criticism from both celebrities and non-famous folk after making his support for President Trump publicly known. I was here when Donald Trump hosted in 2004. We've got a lot more in common than people know: "We're both geniuses; we're both married to handsome women; and we've both definitely been recorded saying the n-word", Baldwin's Trump closed the sketch.
"Kanye did a sketch about how insane it was he interrupted speeches, then two years later he was at an awards show and thought, 'I should do it again'".
"America has got one of the best presidents ever".
"I really have a high IQ".
And sources told Page Six on Monday that West is most likely going to extend his trip in Uganda after talking with the President about tourism, telling Museveni he thinks the country should be like "Jurassic Park".