Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live this weekend to make fun of President Donald Trump's national emergency statement a day earlier to pay for his border.
An important national emergency, Baldwin said as soon as the podium came and a strike by reporters at a press conference at the White House.
Before offering details of his emergency statement, he shared some new news. I just had a great health exam. I'm still standing 6 feet 7, "he said with a face upright, reminiscent of one of Geek's lively ads.
As for the border, he insisted: "We. You have to. Wall. We have a huge amount of drugs that flow into this country from the southern border or the brown line, as many people have asked me not to call it. "
" That's why we need a wall because the wall works, "he said. of broken English. ̵
Then he admitted he was not entirely sincere.
"You all see why I have to pretend to be in this emergency, right? I need because I want. It's very simple. We have a problem. "
He then compared the United States to China, but said at least that country did not execute its citizens for non-violent crimes.
"Imagine if we use the death penalty for non-violent violence. crimes here. We shot them – bing, bing – two at the back of the head.
Baldwin's trick finally came back to the question and said he would sign the Emergency Documentation, even though he knew that he would come to the Supreme Court then call to my friend [Brett] Cavana, and I'll say it's time to rebuild Donnie, and he'll say "" Then Muller's report will be released, destroying my house of cards, "he continued, and continued before accepting all of these scenarios, his "personal hell of a president's game will finally end." After all, he decides to ask questions from reporters, but refuses to hear what the NBC correspondent said because they "suck".
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