‘SNL’ Returns With Alec Baldwin playing Both Donald Trump and Bill O’Reilly
‘SNL’ just keeps getting better and better… as Donald Trump’s presidency continues to go down the drain. Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live last night, to reprise his roles as both Donald Trump and Bill O’Reilly.
While Alec Baldwin had recently hinted that he might not play Trump much longer on the show, but he’s showing no signs of slowing down.
Baldwin first turned up in the show’s opening monologue, playing Trump speaking to a group of voters in Boone County, Kentucky, where he tells them: “I know you people put me in office for one reason — to bomb Syria.”
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Alec Baldwin surprised fans by turning up again later on in the show with a brand new impression — controversial Fox News host O’Reilly, whose show has seen an exodus of advertisers following a report in the New York Times about past claims of sexual harassment.
Baldwin’s O’Reilly struggles to find a female correspondent willing to appear with him after “many women have come forward and accused me of offering them exciting opportunities here at Fox.”
Instead O’Reilly brings on President Donald Trump, who of course is also played by Baldwin using a pre-recording on a split-screen.