'Fox & Friends' cheers the Nunes memo and Trump's insecurities on 'SNL'

'Fox & Friends' cheers the Nunes memo and Trump's insecurities on 'SNL'

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For this week’s cold open sketch, Saturday Night Live paid a visit to Donald Trump’s preferred source of fake news, Fox & Friends.

Of course it did. Between the Nunes memo, the State of the Union address, and the ongoing adventures of Stormy Daniels, this has been a big week in Trumpworld.

A sketch like this is all about the celebrity guests, and this one doesn’t disappoint. Cecily Strong delivers her impression of Trump Communications Director Hope Hicks, who compares jobs at the White House to “when a group of strangers suddenly work together to push a beached whale back into the sea.”

Chris Redd owns his moment as Louis Farrakhan. He can’t understand why he’s on Fox News and the Fox & Friends crew has no concept of who they’re talking to. If IRL Farrakhan appeared on Fox, it would probably go something like this. Read more…

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Source: Mashable | 'Fox & Friends' cheers the Nunes memo and Trump's insecurities on 'SNL'

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