"Saturday Night Live" imagines a world where Trump has never been president – National



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"Saturday Night Live" came back on Saturday night with a cold opening that was a Trump-spin on "A Christmas Carol".

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The scene begins with US President Donald Trump, played by Alec Baldwin, standing on his balcony in disarray, saying he can not be president any more.

Suddenly, an angel named Clarence appears and takes Trump on a dream journey through how things would be if he never became president.

"Everyone looks so different, what are these things on their faces," Trump says, as he looks around the dream world.

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"Those are called smiles," says Clarence.

Suddenly, press secretary Sarah Sanders comes out with a lively humor than usual. She tells Trump that she is now working in the PR making more money than the White House, and she's happy about it.

In this world, Trump did not win the presidency, Hillary Clinton did just visiting Wisconsin once, explains Clarence.

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"What about the e-mails?" Trump asked.

"They were all Bed, Bath & Beyond coupons," explains Clarence.

All the characters in the world of Trump come to greet him, from Eric Trump, who is now clever because he has had more time to attend adult education since he did not have to direct the Trump Organization to Melania who has no accent, since being around Trump has hurt his language skills.

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US Vice President Mike Pence is playing the little ball, as it was what he always wanted to do, instead of sitting in a meeting looking into space …

Even Brett Kavanaugh was there, played by Matt Damon, and says he had no idea he was in the Supreme Court.

"With my temper, are you crazy?" Kavanaugh laughs.

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He gives Trump a calendar, where every day is a different beer.

Finally, Robert Mueller, played by Robert De Niro, appears and hands Trump a picture of his grandson, with whom he can spend more time now that he is not investigating Trump all the time.

All of this proves too much for Trump to handle, and he wants him to really be president, as the dream dissolves and reality returns.

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