Melissa McCarthy adds spice (and Spicer) as host of 'SNL'

JIM WATSON

JIM WATSON

VICTORIA-Don't be surprised if, in the coming days, you happen to spot White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer peaking out from behind a bush near you. "I sit in ever chair like it's a toilet".

Although, Guilfoyle did not respond to the news, but she was noted wearing shoes sold by President Trump's daughter, Ivanka, on Friday night airing of her show.

This comes on the heels of a report last week that stated Spicer was hiding in the bushes on White House grounds, avoiding reporters, hours after Donald Trump fired James Comey on Tuesday.

McCarthy's Spicer - enraged over his apparent replacement -ousted Ms Sanders from the podium before turning upon the assembled journalists with his usual ire. Saturday Night Live viewers, over the years, didn't necessarily tune in to see direct imitations of, say, George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton; they tuned in to see Dana Carvey as Bush, and Darrell Hammond as Clinton. "Because, you know, we're faced with people with the same pained look, the furrowed brow, the curled lip, anytime someone tries to say something, including the president".

"But what if he's lying to you?" a reporter pointed out. Spicer asked Trump after tracking him down. It's all over?" Then, "No, I didn't.

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The faux press secretary also broke out a set of Russian nesting dolls to prove the point. When McCarthy's Spicer finally confronted Baldwin's Trump, the press secretary asked, "Have you ever told me to say things that aren't true?" "Sarah's out", the faux press secretary declared.

After a similar joke that implied Trump and Putin were engaging in sexual acts together, "The Late Show" host Stephen Colbert came under fire from the public and from Trump himself, who told Time in an interview that Colbert is a "no-talent guy".

After a trip through New York City, McCarthy's Spicer found Trump, played by Baldwin, at a golf course in New Jersey, where "Saturday Night Live" presented a twist.

"Yes", Mr Trump confirmed, before the pair share a passionate embrace and kiss. After being asked by reporters repeatedly about if he was going to be fired, an increasingly agitated "Spicer" declared, "I got to find Trump".