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Watch ‘The Rock Obama’ Throw John Boehner Through a Window on SNL

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Dwayne Johnson reprised his role as “The Rock Obama” on the March 28 episode of Saturday Night Live.

In the cold open sketch, the “normal” President Barack Obama (Jay Pharoah) loses his temper with House Speaker John Boenher (Taran Killam), who unilaterally invited Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address Congress; Texas Senator and 2016 presidential candidate Ted Cruz (Bobby Moynihan), who called Netanyahu an “extraordinary leader” upon his recent election victory; and Sen. Tom Cotton, who sent a letter to Iran behind Obama’s back regarding a potential nuclear deal.

The President then transforms into “The Rock Obama” (Johnson—”Oh my god, it’s happening!” exclaims Michelle (Sasheer Zamata)—before he shows his political foes who’s in charge. But it turns out the President isn’t the only one with a hulky alter ego: find out who angers Michelle so much that she transforms into “She Rock Obama” (Leslie Jones).

PHOTOS: Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's Career Over the Years

Professional Wrestler The Rock with Championship Belt
Although he's primarily an actor now, Dwayne Johnson started off his entertainment career as the professional wrestler known as The Rock. Above, he is seen holding his championship belt during the World Wrestling Federation's Wrestlemania XV at First Union Center in Philadelphia, PA, March 28, 1999.Steven E. Sutton—Duomo/Corbis
His big screen debut came in the 2001 sequel The Mummy Returns as the Scorpion King.Universal Pictures
Johnson traded his ancient Egyptian weapons for high-powered assault rifles to play Sarge in the 2005 adaptation of the classic computer game Doom. Universal Pictures
He starred opposite Steve Carell and Anne Hathaway in the 2008 spy comedy as Agent 23 in Get Smart.Tracy Bennett—Warner Bros.
Jaimie Trueblood—Universal Pictures
The Rock became a Joe in 2013 when he played Roadblock in G.I. Joe Retaliation.Paramount
Johnson's plays the titular character in Hercules out on July 25. 2014 in his latest movie.Kerry Brown—Paramount

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