WATCH: Donald Trump ‘SNL’ Monologue Mocks Rosie O’Donnell And Features Impersonators (VIDEO)

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Donald Trump SNL Monologue

By Michael Lewittes |

Donald Trump SNL Monologue


Donald Trump opened his “SNL” monologue by talking about how he’s “brilliant,” mocking Rosie O’Donnell, and being impersonated by Taran Killam and Darrell Hammond. See the video below of Trump’s “Saturday Night Live” monologue.

Trump began by saying there have been many great “SNL” hosts, “like me.” He then said people wonder why someone who like him is “brilliant, handsome… Why are you hosting ‘Saturday Night Live,” to which he answered he has “nothing better to do.”

After that he said, “I’m “a nice guy. I don’t hold grudges like Rosie O’Donnell,” who he said says mean and untrue things about him. Trump noted that what he says about her is “mean but completely accurate.” He then said she was there at “SNL,” but he had mistaken Aidy Bryant for O’Donnell.

After that Darrrell Hammond and Taran Killam came out and did their impression of him. Then someone yelled, “Trumps’ a racist,” and after Trump inquired who it was, we see Larry David in the wings. David said he did it because he was told he’d get $5,000 for it. Trump responded that actually David’s a “businessman I can respect.”

Hours before the show, Trump tweeted with his usual humility, “They are saying that tickets to tonight’s Saturday Night Live are the hardest to get in the history of this great show! Off to a good start!” He added in a later message, “Saturday Night Live has some incredible things in store tonight. The great thing about playing myself is that it will be authentic! Enjoy.”

As Gossip Cop previously reported, Trump joins several other presidential candidates who have appeared on “SNL,” including President Obama, Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Al Gore, Chris Christie, and Bob Dole.

Check out the video below and tell Gossip Cop what you think of Donald Trump’s “Saturday Night Live” monologue.


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