VIDEO: Alec Baldwin's Trump Parodies Queen in Song About Second Term on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE
During last night's SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE cold open, President Trump (Alec Baldwin) and members of his administration share their summer plans.
Baldwin then went into a parody of Don't Stop Me Now by Queen, to illustrate how he's ready for his second term.
Robert De Niro makes an appearance as special counsel Robert Mueller.
Watch the video below!
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