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There’s no question that working in Donald Trump’s communications department is no easy task, especially now that he’s president. But White House press secretary Sean Spicer has been making things even harder for himself since the first day he appeared in front of reporters by giving people countless reasons to mock him. The Comey debacle is just the latest example …
You don’t get to compare your press secretary’s performances to a soap opera and get away with it, especially if your Donald Trump, the president. The media, includi Stephen Colbert’s crew, will take such statements and run wild. They may even imagine an entire soap opera dedicated to Sean Spicer.
Jimmy Fallon hosted the first Saturday Night Live that aired live from coast to coast, which is quite a milestone for the show. That said, some of the best moments from this past weekend were still based on the same recipe we already saw in many of this year’s episodes: real life Donald Trump events. Alec …
These days, it’s not often we get a moment of happy political comedy. Most parodies of White House press briefings tend to end with Melissa McCarthy driving a podium into unsuspecting SNLers, while the rest of us weep for the dead shell of democracy.
Given how popular Melissa McCarthy’s portrayal of Sean Spicer was last week, Saturday Night Live figured there was no reason to mess with a working formula and try something new. So to kick off the most recent episode, hosted by Alec Baldwin, McCarthy was back at the podium this week delivering the goods.
SNL recently found the perfect person to play White House press secretary, Melissa McCarthy. The comedian delivered an amazing performance, covering all of Spicer’s blunders since he began working in Trump’s White House, and the video went viral. But it turns out that Spicer can be incredibly entertaining all by himself, so Melissa McCarthy’s new role might be …
We’re used to seeing Saturday Night Live regularly mock Donald Trump with Alec Baldwin’s great impersonation. But now that Trump is president, we can expect more members of his administration to receive a similar treatment. Particularly Sean Spicer, Trump’s press secretary who probably has one of the hardest jobs at the White House. Thankfully, SNL found …