Donald Trump’s view of the world is the focus of a new Saturday Night Live sketch that imagines the president-elect’s daily life from his perspective.
In the sketch, Trump, played by guest host John Cena, wakes up to a Fox News news host saying phrases like, “Huge, huge success,” “victory” and “landslide.” When he looks in the mirror, Cena appears, with giant hands.
Trump’s advisers and close confidantes chant his name and offer one-worded encouragements. However, things take a dark turn when a woman on TV says, “Trump is bad. Trump is lies. Trump can’t do anything,” leading Trump to angrily tweet, “Media is stupid. Trump is king.”
Finally, Kate McKinnon’s Kellyanne Conway lulls Trump to sleep, where he meets himself in a dream.
“I love you,” Cena’s Trump says, leading Trump to a mirror.
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