SNL's Trump will end the shutdown for a 'hamberder'

SNL's Trump will end the shutdown for a 'hamberder'

Alec Baldwin once again reprised his well-worn Donald Trump impression for a special edition of Deal of No Deal: Government Shutdown Edition, hosted by Steve Harvey (Kenan Thompson), who explained that they were getting the president to pay attention to the problem "in the only format you'd understand: A TV game show featuring women holding briefcases".

McKinnon's Pelosi pointed out that if the government remained shutdown, Trump wouldn't be able to give a State of the Union, but she noted it was "for security reasons [and] not because I'm vindictive or anything".

"We chose to do this in the only format that you can understand, a TV game show with women holding briefcases", Steve Harvey (Kenan Thompson) said, after bringing out the "guy who said he would own the shutdown". Thompson's Harvey said. "Well, I guess that makes as much sense as anything else going on these days".

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Next, Trump picks "that older woman at case 4", which actually happens to be a characterization of Democratic Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, who offers Trump $15 and a pastrami on rye. The president was invited to open briefcases offering deals from various members of Congress in an attempt to end the history-making government shutdown. "I'm saying a lot of these women are 5s".

"Of course, that's not even close to what's on the table from his opponents, so he gives Kate McKinnon's Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi - or as he calls her in his usual refrain, "Fancy Nancy Paloser" - a shot to present her offer of "$1 billion dollars and you say 'Nancy's my Mommy'".

Baldwin's Trump, playing for "Habitat for Hannity" (to help Fox News's Sean Hannity purchase "a second beach house"), hoped for the same deal the actual Trump proposed on Saturday: "deportation protections for some immigrants in exchange for $5.7 billion in border wall funding, a proposal immediately rejected by Democrats and derided by conservatives as amnesty", as The Washington Post reported. Then Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) (Mikey Day) pops his case open to reveal "whites". "What will I do?" said McKinnon's Pelosi. President Trump later mistakenly referred to the meal as "hamberders" on Twitter.