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Melissa McCarthy As Trump Flunky Sean Spicer On SNL Was Hilarious

Melissa Mc Carthy satirized White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer in a hilarious skit on Saturday Night Live on February 4 Melissa McCarthy As Trump Flunky Sean Spicer On SNL Was Hilarious
Tobias Pedroso | 06 Febrero, 2017, 04:20

McCarthy's Spicer also gets into a back-and-forth with a New York Times reporter, saying the President's travel ban is not a ban, claiming Trump is only repeating the words he's heard in the press.

Sign up to our daily newsletter for your chance to win. McCarthy brought to the surface every bizarre-o attitude of Spicer's and repeatedly insulted the press corp as he dodged past questions left and right.

"Before we begin, I know that myself and the press have gotten off to a rocky start", McCarthy's Spicer began.

"And that apology is not accepted", she said.

She opens the briefing by apologizing-to himself-on behalf of the press corps. The only problem is now "SNL" needs McCarthy to be available whenever they want to make fun of Spicer, which, if the past two weeks have been any indication, will be often. In the last 24 hours, Spicer has repeatedly tweeted at Josh Rogin, a Washington Post reporter, for delaying a correction to an article about the Trump White House.

The skit finishes with McCarthy using a water pistol to spray a reporter with soapy water to wash out his "filthy, lying mouth".

But this week producers went outside of their cast roster to fill the role with a guest appearance by Melissa McCarthy - who absolutely crushed it. To counter the accusation, Spicer clarified that the guy who wrote the statement was like, "super Jewy".

But there's a notable cameo in the sketch that MI viewers may especially take interest in: Secretary of Education nominee Betsy DeVos, portrayed by Kate McKinnon. "Can I have my desk back?" "And roof. And guns for potential grizzly".

Before going any further, let's just put the video out here and you can judge for yourself. Australia sucks. Your reef is failing.

Confidence renewed, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto (Alex Moffat) is the next to receive a call. "You're paying, loser. You're a bad hombre".

"No refugees", Baldwin said hastily.

McKinnon was a visibly uncomfortable German Chancellor Angela Merkel, desperately trying to hang up on Trump.

“To be fair, I dont think Donald Trump hated me, ” Stewart said.