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By Dennis Romero
"Saturday Night Live" returned from winter break to spearman Trump's attempt to end the partial government termination that has been underway for almost a month .
President Trump, who played by Alec Baldwin, who participates in the TV show "Deal or No Deal", was given the opportunity to negotiate an end to the decommissioning, created by the President's demand of 5.7 billion. Dollars to a frontier wall and the democratic congress leaders resist any kind of money for the barrier.
" format you can understand, "said Steve Harvey, played by Kenan Thompson," a television game show with women's briefcases. "
Trump offered a deal right off the bat. He said he would extend limited legal protection for those who were illegally brought to the United States as children. And he said, "I release the children from the cages so they can be … free-range children."
But the briefcase did not keep good offers in Trump's opinion. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, performed by Kate McKinnon, said she would make an appointment to end the "$ 1 billion dollar break and you say," Nancy is my mum. ""
Suffice to say that there was no agreement. So Pelosi and Trump traded penalties. Pelosi disinvited Trump from the Union's address, and Trump pulled the plug on the Pelosy's planned trip to visit troops in Afghanistan.
"Oh no, I can't go on my vacation to a war zone," she said. "What should I do?"
Harvey said bickering was "like seeing two grandparents fighting over the thermostat."
Trump decided to continue and asked to see what kind of deal is in the document folder about "that older Jewish woman."
"It's [Senate Minority Leader] Chuck Schumer," Harvey said.
Schumer offered the president $ 15 and a pastrami sandwich on rye. Trump held out until a Clemson footballer offered him a box of "hamburgers" that the president accepted. "I'm going to do that," he said.
"SNL" returned to the game show milieu with "Millennial Millions", where thousands of years could win mortgages, debt relief, health care coverage and money. 19659007] A young contestant, played by Pete Davidson, said, "I have a NYU gentleman and I am a Burger King trainee."
Another participant played by host and twice the Golden Globe Award winner Rachel Brosnahan complained about a baby boomer who is rich but still takes social security payments. "So unfair," she said.
The host, played by Kenan Thompson, said: "Maybe you can tweet about it. It will solve everything."
The news segment "Weekend update" returned to the interruption. Co-host Colin Jost said that Trump's attempt to boast congressional leaders made the dispute "sound like a hostage negotiation."
"I trust a promise from Donald Trump, almost as much as I trust R. Kelly in a Claire's boutique" Jost said.
Both Jost and "Update" co-host Michael Che had fun at BuzzFeed's expense after his report that Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen was instructed by the president to lie to Congress, disputed by the Special Adviser examining Russian influence on the election in 2016.
"You know how many suburban mothers should drag their group text to the family and said," We have him, "said Jost. Che added:" You do memes and lists. It's you, BuzzFeed. "
Davidson, who parted with the pop star Ariana Grande in the fall, grabbed a scare in December when he on Instagram said he didn't" want "to be on this land anymore."
He explained that he had spent time with comedian John Mulaney.
"After observing John's life, I threatened public suicide," he said.
Saturday's show played "SNL" debut of rock act Greta Van Fleet.