No doubt he will not care for the skit's ending, which had McCarthy's Spicer and Baldwin's Trump making out.
The skit started with Aidy Bryant as deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders in charge of the press briefing; McCarthy's Spicer hid in the bushes. When a reporter pointed that he could see Spicer, who's in the US Navy Reserve, outside the window hiding in the bushes, Sanders responded, "I believe that's a naval exercise".
The Post initially described the scenario as Spicer standing "in the bushes" but later issued a clarification stating he was "among the bushes".
McCarthy, as Spicer, proceeds to take control of the briefing, announcing "Spicey's back!"
One reporter asked if Spicer was surprised to outlast fired FBI Director James Comey.
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"That's right. Spicey's back". But the fact that the press secretary made some comical headlines upon his return left no doubt about it - which only heightened hype for Saturday's show.
Baldwin's Trump also appeared in the show's cold open, a parody of the real Trump's interview with NBC News' Lester Holt (Michael Che). Trump is innocent. How do we know? Finally, Steve Bannon is portrayed on a matryoshka doll Slimer from Ghostbusters and Attorney Jeff Sessions is Pikachu.
She/he is then challenged: What if he was lying to you?
"Nothing's going to stop me because I've got the Republicans in the palm of my hand", Baldwin's Trump says before bringing out House speaker Paul Ryan (played by cast member Mikey Day), who offered him two scoops of ice cream, a play on a weird fact revealed while dining with reporters from Time magazine earlier this week.
Spicer's chief critics are the liberal media who are looking for any excuse to attack President Trump. But the questioning eventually leads him on a journey to the streets of NY, then a golf course in New Jersey, to ask Trump once and for all, what his future at the White House looked like. Baldwin's Trump bit continues to run on the stale side, but America loves it, so we're not expecting to see any changes.
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Asks McCarthy's Spicer: "Is this like 'The Godfather, ' where you kiss me and no one ever sees me again?" McCarthy asks Baldwin, who is playing the president in the sketch.
This week's edition was the penultimate episode in SNL's 42nd season. Notably, a pre-election episode showed the then-presidential candidate kissing an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent, a member of the Ku Klux Klan and Putin.
Anxious for his job, Spicer began a dogged quest to Trump's hometown - using the same podium footage witnessed in Manhattan on Friday - to question the President on his apparent lies to the White House mouthpiece.
Later, McCarthy came forward to deliver her opening monologue during which she focused on Mother's Day.
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When he gets to a matryoshka doll with Vladimir Putin on it, McCarthy's Spicer tries to hide it. Next week is the show's season finale, with Baldwin already locked down to play Trump .