On Thursday, only "Extra" was with Alec Baldwin as he prepared to host "Saturday Night Live" for a record-breaking seventeenth time this weekend.
The show opened with Melissa McCarthy reprising her hilarious role from last week as Spicer. The 58-year-old actor has portrayed Trump since the beginning of season 42, mocking the president for his perceived cluelessness, inexperience, unstable temperament and general lack of knowledge when it comes to politics.
Jake Tapper - As amusing as the new Sean Spicer sketch was, I had a hard time choosing between that one and this one.
In his latest sketch, Baldwin's Trump carried out a vow the President made on Twitter last week to "see you in court" - directed at the three Ninth Circuit federal judges who have refused to reinstate his travel ban.
The judges expressed a concern that the ban discriminates on the basis of religion. Bare-chested Vladimir Putin (Beck Bennett) showed up as a character witness, but Judge Milian was unimpressed by it all. There was no kissing this time around.
That's where we are in 2017: "We repeat back everything Trump says".
But Michaels has admitted the show struggled with a take of President Barack Obama that resonated with audiences. No such event ever happened and Conway later said she misspoke.
This episode had other things going for it. Ed Sheeran was a terrific musical guest.
"For me, that was the best skit in what was a great show", Chase said. It appears he can't help hate-watching the show. Cecily Strong as Judge Marilyn Milian asked.
So, instead of offering him a quickfire round of Constitutional Law lessons, SNL indulged Trump's grand idea with a visit to The People's Court, a fitting venue for a "TV president" indeed. She was also mentioned once by the now-leader of the free world during his first presidential debate with Hillary Clinton.
He said: "I enjoy being a part of it. Playing him is not a lot of fun".
He said that at first the woman seemed friendly but then she pointed out an interracial couple in first class. On passenger told NBC Bay Area , "I talked to her and hugged her because she was having a nervous breakdown".
By trade Swinson is a second row but his support line for his try, just a couple of minutes later, was textbook. Scotland impressively outscored the French in tries with Stuart Hogg and Tim Swinson both crossing the line.
Citing his own values and conscience, Bennett adds that he "cannot do that by going on this kind of trip to Israel". Activists had urged Bennett to pull out of the trip in protest of human rights violations against Palestinians.
One of the activists loudly chanted "Shame!" as DeVos got back into her vehicle. 'Shame! Shame! Shame! Shame!,' the man continued. Two days after her tweet , DeVos got turned away and blocked physically as she tried to make her first visit to a public school.
Rainsy's resignation is likely to further unsettle the opposition's integrity. "Sam Rainsy can come back later", the analyst said. Mr Rainsy has faced several lawsuits from the government and is now overseas to avoid a two-year prison sentence for defamation.
Former Dolphins defensive end Quentin Moses sadly died in a house fire at the young age of 33 on February 12, according to ESPN . Mallard. "On behalf UGA Athletics, we extend our most honest condolences to his family". "Rest in Peace Coach Moses".
Senior White House Adviser Stephen Miller waits to go on the air in the White House Briefing Room in Washington, February 12. He punted when ABC anchor George Stephanopolous asked him about The Washington Post's report that retired Lt.
While he will add some punch to the Braves lineup, Phillips is at his best in the field as a four-time Gold Glove victor . That led the two teams to rekindle trade talks involving Phillips, with a deal expected to be culminated on Sunday.
A spokesperson for the Education Department said Sunday the misspellings had been made by a long-time department employee. Du Bois?" Trump's education secretary's plans for reforming USA education revolve around charter schools and vouchers.