This week's cold open follows a week in which Baldwin and Trump exchanged barbs on Twitter. Trump spoke about gun control ("I can only run into so many schools and save everybody"), the recent resignations plaguing his administration, and how Wakanda is "beating us".
"Alec Baldwin, whose dying mediocre career was saved by his bad impersonation of me on SNL, now says playing me was agony. I have one of the healthiest mentals".
He added, "Maybe we just take everyone's guns away".
Mocking Trump's comments following the February 14 Florida school shooting that saw the president claim he would have run into the school unarmed, Baldwin's Trump went one better and said he'd run into North Korea without a weapon. "The guy with the gun wouldn't know what hit him; bing bing ding dong dang, he' done" says "Trump".
Baldwin, a father of four whose career only a few years ago was dogged by run-ins with the paparazzi, had told The Hollywood Reporter of his portrayal of Trump: "Every time I do it now, it's like agony".
Pence, seemingly distraught, was then assured by Trump that he "met with the NRA, [and] they gave me 30 million good reasons not to change a thing".
Simply put, there's so much happening in the White House, that Trump/Baldwin stresses that he's still running Washington D.C. like a business: a waffle house at 2 am.
Later in the episode during "Weekend Update", Colin Jost followed up on just how many people have been resigning from the White House, looking specifically at communications director Hope Hicks. In fact, we know he's so good because Trump thinks he's so bad. She's like a daughter to me.
But campus police said the parents arrived Friday morning after officers called them to say their son was behaving strangely. Students spent hours locked down in classrooms and dormitories while armed police searched Central Michigan University .
Another lottery-pick-to-be, freshman forward Jaron Jackson Jr., was 5-of-13 from the floor, 1-of-6 from beyond the arc. But now they sit at 24-7, a #13 ranking, and a potential Top 4 protected seed heading into the conference tournament.
The Vikings had a great team around him, sure, but it would be ridiculous to pretend that they just carried Keenum the whole way. "We have to go back a lot with Teddy on what he's done in the past, him as a person, his work ethic, all those things".
The rupee finally settled at 65.17, showing a loss of 30 paise or 0.46 per cent - its lowest closing since November 16. He said that while there was also a risk of recession at some point in time, it was not "at all high at the moment".
French government sources said there had been no French casualties and described the situation in Ouagadougou as "under control". The statement expressed the deep condolences of the UAE to the families of victims and wished quick recovery to those injured.
We're kind of used to it at this point. "Seeing teams like the Eagles win the Super Bowl - like they say 'Hungry dogs run fast'". They will head back to Columbus, not playing a game until March 15th at the earliest, the first day of the NCAA Tournament .
Finally getting into the Danger Islands and counting the penguins shows how robust populations are where the ice is intact'. They tallied up the numbers by hand and used a modified quadcopter drone to capture images of the entire island from above.
Meanwhile, manager Paul Heyman recently told TMZ Sports that the time away from the Octagon could do Lesnar some good. WWE has erased any doubt about whether Brock Lesnar will appear at Saturday's live event in Chicago, Illinois.
Avalanche reported at Squaw Valley
Rocklin resident Wenyu Zhang, 42, was found by Squaw Valley Ski Patrol, according to the Placer County Sheriff's Office . Officials say the man was off the groomed run when he fell head-first into deep powder and suffocated.
Campus shooting victims are parents of suspect
He was wearing a black hoodie and mustard-yellow jeans, but apparently has been shedding certain clothes since the shooting. Tiffani said the university has been placing lock mechanisms on all the lecture hall doors over the past year or two.
Dick's to end sales of assault-style rifles after Parkland
Dick's, a US retailer of camping supplies, sporting goods and guns, will stop selling assault rifles and high-capacity magazines. Legal experts said they saw no likely challenges to Dick's decision to stop selling assault-style rifles.