Saturday Night Live opens up their 45th season with another visit to the Trump White House
SNL premieres their 45th season with Alec Baldwin reprising his Donald Trump impression, looking for someone to throw under the bus.
After exploiting Kanye West for fun and profit, Candace Owens and Tomi Lahren cannot agree on who is to blame for his defection.
Trump and Kanye did their best to do the writers of SNL's work for them after their bizarre meeting at the White House this week.
Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live in a parody of the Trump, Jim Brown, Kanye White House meeting that pretty much wrote itself.
Fox News host Pete Hegseth on Sunday sharply disapproved of a Saturday Night Live comedy sketch that mocked a meeting between President Donald Trump and Kanye West.
Kanye West wasn't the only celebrity guest at the White House Thursday.
Whenever Trump does something awful, Fox News is always there with whataboutism.
After Fox News' Juan Williams had thoroughly throttled Bartiromo and her panel members over the crazed Kanye appearance in the White House to cover for Trump's racism, they got frustrated and resorted to blaming the Clintons.
Move over police officers, firefighters and service men and women: Fox News guest Candace Owens thinks Kanye West’s publicity stunt at the close of Saturday Night Live made him “one of the bravest men in America.”
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