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By Dennis Romero
"Saturday Night Live" by opening with chorus singing Queen of "Do not Stop Me Now, "a phrase was performed paradoxically with Donald Trump's presidency.
The president, played by Alec Baldwin, started cold tomorrow with new proclamations, including the economy being "in the fire."
"I will not tell you if it's a fire that keeps you hot or burned in your house on the ground," he said.
Trump faces increasing pressure from Congress Expressed his tax returns and introduced White House staff for testimony of Robert Mueller's special advice on Russian influence in elections 2016.
At "SNL" Saturday, cast members on the backdrop made to appear in the Oval Office "Do not Stop Me Now," with press secretary Sarah Sander, played by Aidy Bryant, singing, "You can not subpoena he, he will be prevented. "
Melania Trump, performed by Cecily Strong, sang, "He's got the best and brightest people, so most of them are serving at the time."
Mueller, played by Robert De Niro , is trying to intervene: "I have a very important tell of Americans," he said, "- something they need to hear."
Later on, the news segment expanded "Weekend Update "the Trump's criticism by looking at its trade war in China.
Co-host Michael Che wondered what the United States should sell to China that Chinese really wanted. "
" What do we sell in China besides Marvel films and credit card debt? "He said.
In an image of an" Abble "watch him, Che added," Whatever we have they can do for themselves "by changing some trademark brand letters. the topic of abortion rights and voting by the Alabama Legislature to enforce the most abusive law of abortion in the country.
"This period of SNL began in 2018, but it looks like it will end up somewhere back in the 1970's, Weekend Update "co-host Colin Jost said.
Cast member Leslie Jones joined in to criticize the Alabama law.
" I do not know what y 's all heard, but women are like people, "When women have a choice, women have freedom."
DJ Khaled who was nominated by rapman and hip-hop DJ Khaled made his debut as musical guest, accompanied by of John Legend, SZA and others, and the host Paul Rudd. ] Dennis Romero writes for NBC News and is based in Los Angeles.