Last night saw the final 'SNL At Home' - here's hoping, anyway - with the cold open of the show featuring a familiar face in Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump, minus the wig and makeup.
The sketch sees Donald Trump acting as valedictorian - or "valedictator", as he describes himself - for a class of high-school students, who had voted for Grimes and Elon Musk's baby, Barack and Michelle Obama and Big Ed from '90 Day Fiance'.
Trump, of course, talks about there are plenty of new jobs out there in the economy, such as "grocery store bouncer, cam girl, porch pirate, amateur nurse, and coal," all of which is met by boos from the class themselves.
The whole thing rounds itself off with a Baz Luhrmann / 'Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen)' speech, where Trump tells the class to "(surround) yourself with the worst people you can find, that way you’ll always shine," and to believe in themselves and they'll achieve anything.
"Look at me," Trump says. Take a look.
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