‘Saturday Night Live’ Tears Into Trump’s Careless Twitter Use and Scary Cabinet Choices (Video)
A lot of viewers probably felt the same shiver that went down comedian Kenan Thompson’s spine in a recent “Saturday Night Live” skit when he realized that Donald Trump would be president in just seven weeks. Set up as a meeting regarding national security, the comedy sketch showed a distracted president-elect retweeting inappropriate comments (which the actors made clear actually happened). The sketch painted an uneasy picture of a leader who is unready to lead.
And then “Stephen Bannon” entered the room and turned the shivers into goosebumps that may prove impossible to shake for the next four years.
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