Alec Baldwin's President Trump starts singing a new version of Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now" and his cabinet members join in on "Saturday Night Live." (Photo: NBC, Will Heath / NBC)
Alec Baldwin's President Trump started it all off with these words: "Tonight, I'm gonna have myself a real good time."
Yes, just like the words of Queen's upbeat hit "Don't Stop Me Now." 19659005] But instead of "burnin 'through the sky, two hundred degrees," he sang that he's, "burnin' every bridge, pickin 'every fight." Lyrics about Trump's tariffs on China and new laws about abortion policies replaced by Queen's, with the help of more singers from the president's orbit. straight man out of you "; Justice Clarence Thomas (Kenan Thompson), who had a line saying "women are screwed"; Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders) who croned that "you can't subpoena him; he's gonna obstruct"; Melania Trump (Cecily Strong), who sang, "They call him Mr. Bad Advice because he listens to the Fox News guys"; and Commerce Wilbur Ross (Kate McKinnon), who had a guitar solo and lyric about spending "100 bucks for a tomato."
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Kanye West (Chris Redd) also chimed in and shimmed with a group around Trump's desk. Robert Mueller (Robert De Niro) tried to interrupt, but to no avail. And Eric Trump (Alex Moffat) also wanted to be part of the singing, but instead burst into the "Muppet Show" theme song.
When the song was over, Baldwin's Trump spoke to the camera, acknowledging that it's the " SNL "season final.
" It's been fun. I don't know what's next for me, "he said. "Tune in next season to see who lives and who dies."
And in a node to "Game of Thrones," McKinnon's Ross added: "I live for another 150 years and the Iron Throne will be mine!"  More: What we did not learn from the 'Game of Thrones' final
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