They say Trump hosts Saturday Night Live because he has ‘nothing better to do’

This is what the protesters were worried about?

Donald Trump’s much-hyped appearance on “Saturday Night Live” was light on Trump — and also light on laughs.
Trump
kicked off the show in the opening monologue by admitting that people
wondered why he was hosting. His answer: “I have nothing better to do.”
Trump
spoofed himself in a sketch that offered a glimpse of the results of a
Trump presidency. In another bit, he poked fun at the “SNL” cast in live
tweets.
He also appeared in a filmed parody of Drake’s “Hotline
Bling” music video. It was so bad, it looked like “SNL” was trying to
sabotage Trump.
“Trump’s a racist!” yelled Larry David near the end of the opening monologue.
“I heard if I yelled that, they’d give me $US5,000,” David explained.
“As a businessman, I can fully respect that,” Trump said.
A lobby group, DeportRacism.com, had actually promised $US5,000 to
any SNL audience member who disrupted the show by yelling that Trump is a
racist. The group announced after the show that it would pay the money
to David.
Trump’s first sketch featured him speaking with aides
two years into his presidency. “Jimmy, how’s the economy?” President
Trump asks an aide.
“In the words of our new national anthem, it’s
huge,” Jimmy answers. As for China, Jimmy says, “They’re now borrowing
from us. I don’t know how you did it.”
“Mr. President, the president of Mexico is here to see you,” says another aide.
“I
brought you the check for the wall,” the Mexican president says — a
reference to Trump’s proposal to make Mexico pay for a wall to keep out
illegal immigrants.
“This is far too much money,” says Trump. “No, I insist,” says the Mexican president. “Consider it an apology for doubting you.”
Trump
announced he couldn’t appear in the sketch that followed. “Since I
can’t do it and be in it, I’ll do the next best thing — I’ll liv

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