Trump's shutdown becomes a 'Deal or No Deal' gamble on 'Saturday Night Live'
Sunday, 20 January 2019 On Saturday afternoon, Donald Trump tried yet again to make the case that his $5.7 billion U.S.-Mexico border wall is worth holding up paychecks for hundreds of thousands of federal employees. Hours later, Saturday Night Live turned the whole ridiculous spectacle into fodder for a cold open.
According to Comicbook.com, it has been many years since the Kool-Aid man first burst through the wall to bring thirsty kids a refreshing drink. Now, the iconic character is being held accountable for his destructive actions in a new Saturday Night Live sketch. The sketch shows the Kool-Aid man...
President Donald Trump took to Twitter to complain about 'Saturday Night Live' over the weekend after actor Alec Baldwin again mocked the president on the long-running sketch show. The show has roasted..
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Over the first two+ years of Donald Trump's preposterous presidency, it has become increasingly clear that Trump's habitual Twitter meltdowns over Saturday Night... Gothamist Also reported by •FOXNews.com •Billboard.com •Just Jared Jr
By Susan Cornwell and Richard Cowan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump expressed displeasure on Tuesday at a deal by congressional negotiators on... Firstpost Also reported by •FXstreet.com •Reuters