Watch Baldwin Spoof Trump and Bill O'Reilly's Bromance on 'SNL'

Carla Harmon
April 10, 2017

"That's right Bill, it's a subject that's near and dear to my hand".

Unfortunately for Alec Baldwin's Trump, though, his supporters don't seem quite as confident with their chosen leader as they once did.

Check out the second sketch above, where Baldwin plays Trump and O'Reilly as they discuss the sexual harassment scandal surrounding O'Reilly.

"It's like you found a finger in your chili, but you still eat the chili because you told everyone how much you love chili", Trump said, cheerfully.


Then he finally addressed the allegations on the show. Cast members Aidy Bryant, Mikey Day, and Beck Bennett took turns pointing out just a few of the problems with Trump's proposed federal budget.

"Well, yeah, this has been a tough election, you know?" he responded to a question about the bitter race between Trump and Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton.

Or maybe the skit sided with the people of rural Kentucky as a means to skewer Trump.

"You people stand by me no matter what", Trump-Baldwin nods proudly. "Okay, fine", Baldwin's O'Reilly said, referencing the reports of settlements that had been paid to women alleging sexual harassment against O'Reilly. "I think he shouldn't have settled; personally I think he shouldn't have settled".


"I see a lot of myself in you, Bill", says Baldwin's Trump.

Baldwin, who has mulled hanging up his Trump wig for good, adopted the "O'Reilly Factor" anchor's cadence and had an stunning interview with himself, as President Trump.

Trump was accused by more than a dozen women of inappropriate sexual contact during a campaign that included the shocking Access Hollywood tape, in which Trump is heard bragging that he grabs women without permission.

Many supporters of President Trump are a textbook example of a riddle that both academics and Democrats have tried to solve. "Do you like that I bombed Syria?". O'Reilly has vehemently denied the allegations.


"SNL" deserves to win several awards for its recent performances. "We're getting rid of that - junked!" And even more amazingly, it does so while making us laugh.

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