Alec Baldwin reprises Trump role in Saturday Night Live's Christmas show

Just days after it was reported that the former Apprentice star had to be physically removed from the White House a 10-minute You Tube clip from 2006 shows Omarosa Manigault Newman in a weird extremely low-budget sci-fi mini-film

Alec Baldwin reprises Trump role in Saturday Night Live's Christmas show

It's the most wonderful time of the year and "Saturday Night Live" had a special Christmas message from President Donald Trump on Saturday night. "It will soon be replaced by the 'War with North Korea'".

"Merry Christmas", Cecily Strong's Melania Trump began.

Trump then excitedly talks about how Santa Claus will make his presence felt by "taking presents from Muslims and illegals and giving them to American children".

Kate McKinnon, as Kellyanne Conway, hangs an ornament with the face of former FBI director James Comey (abruptly fired by Trump in May following an investigation of his campaign team and its ties to Russian Federation during last year's election).

"Thank you Kellyanne", Baldwin said. "What would you like to have for Christmas?" Bryant's White House press secretary said she picked them because they were the "mangled corpses" she had to step over to get her job.

The film titled Soul Sistahs casts Omarosa as a James Bond-like action hero who is abducted and sent on a mission by a bizarre old lady in a spaceship

Ivanka Trump (a returning Scarlett Johansson) crashes the party, too, bearing gifts in the form of a Tree of Shame ornament for Roy Moore (she would have made one for Steve Bannon, but his face "wouldn't fit" so she brought a Madball instead). Trump asked Ivanka, referring to husband Jared Kushner. Scarlett Johansson made a return appearance as Ivanka - minus Jared, who was "packing a go-bag before the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrives".

"I'm not 'Elf on a Shelf, '" Kate McKinnon's tiny Jeff Sessions appeared.

"Whether you're Christian or Jewish, or that's it, we all can agree it's going to be a Merry Christmas", McKinnon's Sessions said, dressed as the popular holiday character.

As Omarosa Manigault Newman exits her job in the White House, a freakish video showing her less, er, stateswomanly side has emerged. Still, he assures the president he "won't snitch" on the administration, "because I don't recall who's been naughty or who's been nice", he says.

Omarosa was sacked from her White House post this past week after almost a year on the job.

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