Eric and Donald Trump Jr roasted on Saturday Night Live

Saturday Night Live Weekend Update- Season 1

Saturday Night Live Weekend Update- Season 1

Summer Edition dealt with the staff shake-ups at the White House, particularly noting that former communications director Anthony Scaramucci "barely got the tip in".

"Thanks for having us, Colin", Day said as the duo were introduced, while Moffatt said, "I'm Eric!"

Trump's "locked and loaded" standoff with North Korea has Americans in high anxiety, hair-pulling among White House officials may be stalling his agenda, Robert Mueller's Russian Federation campaign-interference probe appears to be heating up with the recent Federal Bureau of Investigation raid of President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, and Trump faces the lowest-ever approval ratings for a president at this time in his first term.

"SNL" alumnus Bill Hader played Scaramucci, who referred to himself as "the Mooch" and insisted he had "no regrets, baby" about his brief tenure in the Trump administration.

"The whole story is a nothing burger", Don Jr. responded. "Don Jr., always trust your gut".

"Yes, I went to the meeting, but nothing illegal happened". It's like on To Catch a Predator...

Eric and Donald Trump Jr roasted on Saturday Night Live

Jost then asked him about the misleading statement his father reportedly helped him craft.

Trump Jr. affirmed that all his father did was give him some advice. "He said, 'Son, go out there and tell the truth'". (Mikey Day) also had a great appearance; Moffat does Eric as an absolutely hilarious dolt, and his wide-eyed bafflement at encountering a fidget spinner was brilliantly played.

"And then he winked", Eric interrupted.

Viewers hoping for a visit by Alec Baldwin's Trump, or even a single sketch, may have been disappointed to find out they were getting exactly what the title of the show implied. And because they've been away for a while, they updated everyone about the recent White House staff carousel.

You gotta spin it buddy.

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