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Alec Baldwin & # 39; s desperate president Trump calls for help with whistleblower arrangement during SNL debut

The panicky Trump from Alec Baldwin calls on everyone – from Kanye and Kim Jong Un to Liev Schreiber and Don King – to worry about deposition, while SNL returns with a bang in season 45 premiere

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Saturday Night Live kicked off their 45th season with a funny and moving goal at the whistleblower monastery in the first cold open sketch.

Alec Baldwin surprised the public by criticizing his role as President Donald Trump by calling on the Oval Office to Rudy Giulliani, played by Kate McKinnon, revealed that he was deposed.

SNL immediately put the president out with Baldwin and said the charge was & # 39; the greatest presidential intimidation of all time – I am the president of intimidation. & # 39;

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Repeating his role as President Donald Trump, Alec Baldwin (left) appeared with Kate McKinnon playing Rudy Giulliani in the premiere of the Saturday night live season

McKinnon-Giulliani urged the president to break free and told the Baldwin-Trump that no one could work out their ties with Ukraine – & how we were trying to hide those ancillary activities. Or how we intend to hide the cover-up. & # 39;

Aidy Bryant interrupted playing William Barr and assured Baldwin-Trump that he didn't have to worry because he was his & # 39; CEO & # 39; to work, but when a three-way conversation took place, it was just McKinnon-Giulliani again.

Baldwin-Trump (left), McKinnon-Giulliani (right) and Aidy Bryant (center) play William Barr with a three-way conversation

Baldwin-Trump (left), McKinnon-Giulliani (right) and Aidy Bryant (center) play William Barr with a three-way conversation

Baldwin-Trump (left), McKinnon-Giulliani (right) and Aidy Bryant (center) play William Barr with a three-way conversation

Baldwin-Trump decided & # 39; the perfect novelist & # 39; to mention – not unlike his vice president Mike Pence, played by Beck Bennet.

Bennet-Pence wants nothing to do with the scandal and says: & # 39; But you are the one who violated the law! & # 39;

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& # 39; Don't drag me in your mess. & # 39;

Beck Bennet's representation as vice president Mike Pence wants absolutely nothing to do with the whistleblower policy

Beck Bennet's representation as vice president Mike Pence wants absolutely nothing to do with the whistleblower policy

Beck Bennet's representation as vice president Mike Pence wants absolutely nothing to do with the whistleblower policy

The call switches again to bring in his sons Don Jr., played by Mikey Day and Eric played by Alex Moffat.

& # 39; I can't believe that the lame-stream media is focused on you and not on Joe Biden's corruption so & # 39 ;, says Don Jr. with a reinforced voice.

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Baldwin-Trump cuts right to business.

Trump & # 39; s sons appear on the skit with Alex Moffat playing Eric Trump and Mikey Day playing Donald Jr. plays (photo)

Trump & # 39; s sons appear on the skit with Alex Moffat playing Eric Trump and Mikey Day playing Donald Jr. plays (photo)

Trump & # 39; s sons appear on the skit with Alex Moffat playing Eric Trump and Mikey Day playing Donald Jr. plays (photo)

& # 39; Did you take care of that thing in Russia? & # 39;

Day-Don Jr. knowingly answers: & # 39; & # 39; what in Russia? & # 39;

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& # 39; The betrayal! & # 39 ;, Calls Moffat-Eric unable to restrain himself.

Kim Jong-Un, played by SNL newcomer Bowen Yang, appears as the next person on Trump-Baldwin's call list.

& # 39; Do you have a big ocean in your country? OK, send whistleblower all the way down Trump-Baldwin, & was the solution from Yang-Jong Un.

Baldwin-Trump (left) decides to name his & # 39; urbans & # 39 ;, Chris Redd as Kanye West (right) and Kenan Thompson as Don King (far right), to see if they have ideas

Baldwin-Trump (left) decides to name his & # 39; urbans & # 39 ;, Chris Redd as Kanye West (right) and Kenan Thompson as Don King (far right), to see if they have ideas

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Baldwin-Trump (left) decides to name his & # 39; urbans & # 39 ;, Chris Redd as Kanye West (right) and Kenan Thompson as Don King (far right), to see if they have ideas

Baldwin-Trump then concludes that he & # 39; urbans & # 39; must check in.

& # 39; I need my urbans! how do you need out of jail this time? that little girl terikyi 69 ?, & he said.

Of course he calls Chris Redd who criticizes his role as Kanye West.

Unfortunately, Redd-Kanye and the President cannot & # 39; fam & # 39; more because & # 39; this whole incriminating hassle hurts our brand & # 39 ;, says Kenan Thompson as Don King.

The last phone call? Fictional character Ray Donovan played by Liev Schreiber (right)

The last phone call? Fictional character Ray Donovan played by Liev Schreiber (right)

The last phone call? Fictional character Ray Donovan played by Liev Schreiber (right)

At his last moment, Baldwin-Trump makes a final appeal that turns out to be fictional character Ray Donovan, played by Liev Schreiber, who, according to Baldwin-Trump, takes care of things & # 39 ;.

Schreiber & # 39; s answer?

& # 39; I told Mr. President, Ray Donovan is a fictional character. & # 39;

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Baldwin-Trump then asks if Schreiber can connect him with film character John Wick.

& # 39; What about Liam Neeson, & # 39; asks Baldwin-Trump.

& # 39; Oh, & # 39; Schreiber says, & # 39; actually Liam could do it. & # 39;

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