Published: Sun, March 11, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Kate McKinnon's Mueller Delivers Bad News About Trump À La 'The Bachelor'

Kate McKinnon's Mueller Delivers Bad News About Trump À La 'The Bachelor'

McKinnon: "I'm trying to be honest with you and tell you that I can't commit to collusion right now". Four top aides have been indicted or pleaded guilty along with 13 Russian hackers, who disrupted the 2016 election with fake news.

"This is so fucking embarrassing", Strong says.

"Honestly, probably six", Mueller replied, eliciting a loud, bleeped swear from the reality star.

Well, nothing except for a good Bachelor finale twist.

"Collusion is literally the only thing I've been looking forward to for the past year", Strong replied. You know? And I think you sense that.

Trump spoke of his party's tax reform bill ("bigger than [Ronald] Reagan"), Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) ("very low-IQ individual"), NBC's Chuck Todd ("sleeping son of a bitch"), and Oprah, whom he said he would "love to beat" in the 2020 election, though it would be "a painful experience for her". Trump's thoughts on executing drug dealers begin 49 minutes in, and his "presidential" bit starts just after the one-hour mark. "So I guess just regular crying".

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Introducing Griffin, Maher told the audience that "she is a good American who loves her country and should be able to work in it". Griffin was also fired by CNN where she hosted their annual New Year's Eve broadcast alongside Anderson Cooper for a decade.

As McKinnon prepares to leave, she points out that the alternative would be Vice President Mike Pence and asks whether Strong owns American steel.

Kufrin was indeed chosen as the next bachelorette.

In the real world over the past few weeks, Mueller's investigation on the Trump campaign has taken a shift toward obstruction, as opposed to the Russian collusion.

As much as we might talk about actual scripted dramas or reality television, the saga that's actually captivating the nation these days is the Trump administration, something Saturday Night Live has used to its massive advantage for almost two seasons now. The show aired a parody commercial, This is United States, featuring the "real-life drama happening in our government every day".

Mueller, played by Kate McKinnon, said he could maybe get him for obstruction of justice, and while the Stormy Daniels scandal was fun, it wasn't what he was in charge of doing. "A drama so unnerving you can't look away".

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