After an absence last week, Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live and delivered his finest impression of Donald Trump yet. In the cold open skit, Baldwin as Trump is preparing for his transition to the White House. Meeting with potential cabinet picks and addressing his campaign pledges, Trump is forced to admit he can't do it all — and invents a new catchphrase for the plans he can't execute: scrapped.
Speaking with Beck Bennet as Mike Pence, Trump discusses his promise to deport 11 million immigrants. The plan? Scrapped. Repealing Obamacare? Scrapped.
The president-elect was predictably not pleased with the skit and aired his grievances on Twitter.
In a separate segment, SNL aired another hilarious skit about the election. The ironic riff on a millennial-aimed advertisement pokes fun at how apocalyptic the election seemed and offers scared (and perhaps naive) liberals the opportunity to live in a "bubble" that's a "planned community" for like-minded thinkers and no one else.