‘SNL’ Skewers Kanye’s Meeting With Donald Trump In MUST-WATCH Opening Skit!

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The sketch that opened the third episode of SNL Season 44 lampooned Trump's Oval Office meeting last week with football great Jim Brown and "Make America Great Again" hat-wearing rapper Kanye West.

During the back and forth, Brown questions his place in the meeting.

From there, Baldwin (Trump) remains silent but viewers get to hear his inner dialogue, which consists of things like "poopity scoop" and "oh, this guy might be coocoo".

Added Trump, "I've been in the room with Dennis Rodman and Kim Jong-un and they made a lot more sense than him".

"[West] doesn't listen to anybody but himself. I never get exhausted of listening to them and probably never will". "Kanye wants to be Trump's famous friend because Obama called Kanye a jackass and if the president of the United States called you a jackass you'd go, 'You know who I like?"

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West followed that with borrowing lines from Trump himself, saying he is a "stable genius" and "has a big brain and the best words".

"Can someone be tri-polar?" Then: "Oh my God, he's black me". Many of Redd's lines were taken almost verbatim from the Thursday's real meeting. During the press conference, West talked about a range of subjects, including the 13th and Second amendments, North Korea and Superman.

He explained to the US President during their meeting: "I love Hillary, I love everyone, right, but the campaign "I'm With Her" just didn't make me feel, as a guy that didn't get to see my dad all the time, like a guy that could play catch with his son".

"They love me more than they love Alec Baldwin".

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