‘SNL Sees Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump Says “This Isn’t Goodbye” – .

After several weeks of partially losing the political conspiracy, Saturday Night Live came up in flames tonight as Donald Trump’s rule of mistake comes to an end, at least officially.

In a throwback to the first SNL after the 2016 election, Donald Trump gave a sort of concession serenade to Alec Baldwin. But it all came after Jim Carrey’s Joe Biden and Maya Rudolph’s Kamala Harris delivered their victory speeches with a bold blow to the easily ridiculed police front man

When Biden joked again this season, The Cable Guy actor joked that the end of the nearly week-long wait for a final election result, “Having Sex With Sting: What a Release Man”.

The SNL Biden, which played the real-life utterances of Biden tonight, promised to be unity and POTUS “for all Americans, whether they come from a liberal state like California or a conservative state like Oklahoma or a loopy mess like Florida . ” Then Rudolph stood in front of the camera in her Emmy-winning performance as Harris, dressed in suffragette tribute white like the real California Senator was tonight – though she may not have cut a carpet like Carrey and Rudolph.

Joe Biden promises to be a president who, after winning the White House in the victory speech, will not seek partition but unite

Listed the barriers the real Harris had broken as the first woman and first woman or color to be elected vice president, Rudolph thought, “If any of this scares you, I’m not kidding.”

But when Beck Bennett’s Wolf Blitzer said, “People don’t just want to see Biden and Kamala happy, they want to see Trump sad,” the real showstopper should come.

“As anyone who died in mid-Tuesday knows, I was re-elected President of the United States, but of course they are trying to steal the election,” Baldwin said in one of his final stints as Trump.

Then Baldwin’s Trump went to a piano and delivered a wonderfully stumbling version of the villagers’ macho man.

“This is not a goodbye, America. I’ll just say, “I’ll see you in court.”

Let’s look at the President’s concession speech. pic.twitter.com/3If4UzQeXw

– Saturday Night Live – SNL (@nbcsnl) November 8, 2020

Then it went back to Carrey’s Biden and Rudolph’s Harris proclaiming Trump as the loser he really is.

With election night inconclusive, SNL undoubtedly had a number of scripts on the shelf for tonight based on the scenario that ultimately became a reality. Reality was made clear this morning when several networks and the AP called Pennsylvania and its key 20 votes for Biden.

This brought the former vice president up with the necessary 270 votes and changed the titles of his and his counterpart Harris to president-elect and vice-president-elect. With Trump being Trump, the petulant refuses to admit and insists that he is the winner and will take everyone and their dog to court to get it – a tragic comedy in itself that has been skillfully amplified tonight .

The half-hour SNL will be streamed live on NBC, Delaware just hours after the story where Harris and Biden gave their victory speeches at a socially distant rally in Wilmington.

As the Lorne Michaels-led late night show prepares for a short break in season 46, today’s show also sees the return of Dave Chappelle as a presenter. Kind of like a Trump-era bookend, the last time the Mark Twain Award winner competed against SNL was the weekend after Hillary Clinton chose the Celebrity Apprentice host.

In this show on November 12, 2016, the cold prelude was fittingly Kate McKinnon’s Clinton at a piano performing a somber version of the already very somber “Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen. In the end, the celebrated actor said to the camera: “I won’t give up and neither will you” – as you can enjoy below:

Obviously, SNL will always be full tonight and take a look at the Sunshine of the Endless Mind star that transforms into the newly minted POTUS-elect:

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– Saturday Night Live – SNL (@nbcsnl) November 8, 2020

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