SNL's Hysterical Take on the Mueller Report


Donald Trump Jr. slammed the media over its handling of the Russian Federation investigation on Sunday during an interview with Fox News' Howard Kurtz on "Media Buzz", saying that "it became a business model for most media to attack Donald Trump and to buy into this narrative".

The news trickled downhill from Mueller's 300-plus page report to Barr's "almost four page" summary to Trump's tweets - of course.

"I think there were some people that tried to actually be fair", Trump Jr. said.

As Mueller penned a carefully written report detailing the nuances of the investigation, Barr filtered the info into carefully worded pro-Trump propaganda, that Trump himself celebrated on Twitter with air horns and incoherence. "No collusion, no diggity".

Quipped Bryant's Barr: "I am writing nearly four pages".

"I am submitting these 380 pages", he wrote in a letter to Attorney General William Barr. Trump also said, "Russia, if you're watching, go to bed".

Tweeted Baldwin's Trump: "Free at last, free at last".

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"And just as they didn't know what was coming out in the Mueller report and they pontificated and sermonized and were sorely disappointed, if they don't watch out, they're going to make all sort of prognostications and predictions that won't be borne out", he said.

"We're going to black out everything except the words "no" and 'collusion, '" said Baldwin's Trump.

Ultimately, Baldwin's Trump took a victory lap, declaring, "If you shoot at the devil, you best not miss".

Rudy Giuliani appeared briefly as well, with Kate McKinnon reprising the role, explaining that his "mind games worked". "I guess I was a legal genius the whole time", McKinnon coos.

Vladimir Putin, played as usual by Beck Bennett, made an appearance in a sketch later in the show where he pleaded with his staff that the Mueller report was wrong and he really did control Trump. I have learned to live with Fake News, which has never been more corrupt than it is right now.

The generals, confounded, asked, "If we have no blackmail, why President Trump say such nice things about you".