This is not a drill. NBC announced they are letting DONALD TRUMP host an episode of SNL.
NBC News reports, “The GOP presidential frontrunner and real estate magnate will host NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” on November 7, the show announced Tuesday.”
This is surprisingly not the first time Trump joined the SNL cast. In 2004 he hosted and plugged his at the time brand new show, The Apprentice.
“After just one season, I am about to become the highest-paid television personality in America,” he said in his opening monologue. “And as everyone in this room knows, ‘highest-paid’ means ‘best.'”
NBC and Donald Trump have a long history of working together. Through his role as executive producer and host of The Apprentice, The Celebrity Apprentice and a joint partnership in The Miss Universe Organization. That all ended after Trump made amazingly offensive remarks about Mexican immigrants.
It’s interesting that Hilary Clinton recently got a skit on the show but not an entire episode to host. Especially after a severed relationship between NBC and Trump. I guess all is well with the two again since he is now joining the stage with the Saturday Night Live cast to probably joke about himself and all the crap he’s said since then.
You can watch the promo to his 2004 episode above.