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The Best Donald Trump and Sean Spicer Moments from 'Saturday Night Live'

17 Mai 2017

But, hey! At least we know the president has a real sweet side!

Saturday Night Live has taken a fresh dig at Sean Spicer after the White House press secretary concealed himself behind a hedge to avoid taking questions from the media earlier this week.

When asked if Trump would fire him, McCarthy's Spicer said, "He wouldn't do that".

But in this sketch, McCarthy's character is back to torment White House reporters, taking a fire extinguisher to the "liar liar trousers on fire" reporter's nether regions and hurls a pillar at another reporter.

"Let me just put this whole Russian thing to bed once and for all: Trump is innocent", he announced.

It only gets better from there. There was no way McCarthy wasn't going to mock Spicer for it, and she definitely delivers!

"Spicey" then made his way to NY to find out if the rumors about being fired are true.

Self-doubt rising, McCarthy's Spicer mumbled "he wouldn't do that, he's my friend", before setting off on his motorised podium through NY to confront his employer.

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When pressed if Trump is lying to him, Spicer insists "he wouldn't do that, he's my friend". "She doesn't have your special spice", Baldwin's Trump says before demanding that "Spicer" kiss him. And that's when we're gifted with a montage of an angst-ridden "Spicer" rolling through the streets of New York City on that motorized podium screaming at the taxis and cars speeding past her.

Inside Trump is Comey, depicted as a dog; inside him is Hillary Clinton, depicted as a witch; and inside her is Vladimir Putin-but McCarthy tells reporters not to "look at him", realizing his inclusion was a mistake.

"Yes", Mr Trump confirmed, before the pair share a passionate embrace and kiss. McCarthy as Spicer replies.

It seems like the opposition to President Trump is being led by Saturday Night Live, which, from the beginning, has set the tone on some of the most absurd moments in presidential history.

"Have you ever told me to say things that aren't true?"

Baldwin opened the episode with his Trump impression as well, lampooning the president's controversial interview with Lester Holt (Michael Che).

"I am being straight with you".