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Bill Murray makes surprise 'SNL' appearance as Steve Bannon

14 January 2018

Saturday Night Live returns for its first episode of 2018 and of course, they had to poke fun at President Donald Trump's controversial comments about several countries across the globe in their cold open.

It all started not long after Donald Trump locked up the Republican nomination following his upset win over 16 other candidates in the GOP primary. "Already got prospects. Logan Paul". "It's time for America to slide down the Bannon-ster.", he said.

"Well, I certainly didn't say he cracked like an egg on TV", Bannon said.

As if that wasn't enough, Leslie Jones popped up next as Oprah Winfrey to discuss her presidential campaign.

The ousted White House senior adviser resigned as editor from the conservative news outlet Breitbart after Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" came out last week.

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Fred Armisen joined Murray as a stunning replica of the real Micheal Wolff. "I'm a celebrity so I'm qualified", said Jones as Winfrey before adding that there's only one job in the world more powerful than president and that's being Oprah. While Trump no longer speaks out against "SNL" on his social media accounts, Baldwin and other cast members took shots at the controversy in the White House during almost all of their broadcasts.

The show got right to it with a hilarious cold openlampooning Morning Joe's most recent discussions about President Donald Trump. "Their estimable accomplishment of getting to the West Wing risked at any moment becoming farce".

"Yes, you did", Armisen's Wolff replied. And you liked it? Then what's the problem? "Even the stuff that's not true was true".

Later in the show, guest host Sam Rockwell dropped an F-bomb during a skit that was spoofing science shows for children from the 1990s.

Bill Murray makes surprise 'SNL' appearance as Steve Bannon