WATCH: Saturday Night Live Kills It In Skit Mocking Trump’s ‘P*ssy Grabbing’ Apology


Alec Baldwin returned to the cold open of tonight’s Saturday Night Live and promptly destroyed Donald Trump over the video which was released showing his lewd comments about women. The sketch began showing the vice-presidential debate with Mike Pence (played by Beck Bennett) saying, “Donald Trump loves women. He respects women. He’s never said a bad thing about women,” and then asks for evidence to prove that he has.

At that point, breaking news of the leaked video interrupts the debate.

“Are you not entertained?” Alec Baldwin says.

“I deeply apple-gize,” Baldwin’s Trump says while admitting he never apologizes. “It was 11 years ago, back when I was just a young, childish 59-year-old man,” he says.

Mediate reports:

The heightening in the sketch only made it more outrageous, especially when Trump’s microphone was left on so he could appropriately continue his, uh, obsession with cats.

Moments after declaring, “The only person I need is my VP Mike Pence.. I will always have Pence,” to Cecily Strong as CNN’s Brooke Baldwin regarding the controversy, Baldwin’s Trump is told that even Pence himself actually rebuked the oft-cited news story. Without hesitation…

“Mike Pence is a loser.”


Trump is caught in another hot mic moment, with Baldwin saying, “Let me tell you something, I wish that I was that hurricane, tearing through all that hot Miami pussy. I would just destroy it,” he says.

“Mr. Trump, we can still hear you!” the fake anchor says.

In the SNL skit, Baldwin says that some people were ‘turned on’ by the tape and the Fake Trump is not wrong.

As if continuing the parody, the GOP Presidential nominee is on Twitter right now unleashing mean-girl tweets after quite a few Republicans have rescinded their endorsements in the wake of Trump’s leaked video showing him casually discussing sexual assault. We’re wondering when his rape trial is.

The town hall-style presidential debate is tonight. There isn’t enough popcorn in the world. Actual voters will be able to address the Republican candidate. We’re pretty sure that ratings will be through the roof with possibly more viewers than the first debate.

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