SNL Presents 'A Special Christmas Message from the White House'

Posted December 18, 2017

In the last episode of this year, Saturday Night Live has taken on the President once again and this time they aren't sparing Omarosa from the Christmas festivities.

Lucky us! Last night, Johansson returned to her role as Ivanka Trump as the First Family, led by Alec Baldwin as President Donald Trump and Cecily Strong as First Lady Melania Trump, trimmed the "Tree of Shame" with the faces of "haters and losers".

"I want out", she said back.

Baldwin-as-Trump then announces he will honor all of the employees who work for him in the White House. "I'll always love you, Don Don".

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Pence responded in the only way Pence really could, "Oh, I don't like that song because it mentions 'gay apparel'".

Next up is White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders (Aidy Bryant), who offers not one but two ornaments.

At the "White House", Johansson's Ivanka tells her father that her husband, Jared Kushner, couldn't be there.

"Hey! Let me in", Jones' Omarosa said from the outside looking in.

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"He's packing a go bag before the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrives", she says.

"The one I've brought is that traitorous Mike Flynn", Bennett's Pence says about his ornament, before turning to the camera and continuing with a knowing gleam in his eye.

The Christmas message also included an appearance from McKinnon's Jeff Sessions, who was dressed as an Elf on the Shelf. The Trump administration clan got cozier with the addition of Omarosa, the newly-departed former presidential aide, whom Leslie Jones depicted breaking into the White House residence.

Donald Jr and Eric, played by Alex Moffatt and Mikey Day, arrived with a stack featuring a long list of White House exiles - including Reince Preibus, Tom Price, Sebastian Gorka, Carter Page, Preet Bahara, Paul Manafort Sally Yates, and George Papadopoulos among others. "At least America knows that I finally supported an accused child molester". "Merry Christmas! Everybody is going to get away with everything!"

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