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Friday, October 20, 2017

Weekend Update, the Saturday Night Live tentpole, returned from hiatus on Thursday for its Summer Edition.

Co-hosts Colin Jost and Michael Che caught up on some of the highest profile political stories from the past two-or-so months — namely, “minor staffing changes” at the White House that saw the premature departures of Reince Priebus, Sean Spicer, and Anthony Scaramucci.

Scaramucci, Jost said, “was like Hanukkah in July, ’cause he was around for about a week and it was a miracle he lasted that long.”

Later, former cast member Bill Hader made a cameo as “The Mooch.”

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  1. I am glad the new season on snl will be starting..they have a whole lot more to work with these days as trumps soap opera of a white house changes daily..whats that old expression,”you cant tell the players without a program”!!…

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  2. Fantastic skit. Thank God for Trump. I know that sounds paradoxical, but never has such a treasure trove of material on wackiness and degeneracy ever been made available by this caricature of a Presidential Administration.
    Thank God because we’re forced to really look hard for a change at where we’ve been, where we are, and what lies ahead if things don’t change.
    Speaking of change, that is anathema to any conservative social/political organization. As it has also been for the institution of the Clergy, from the time of Abraham up to the era of the “Seal” of the Adamic Cycle—that is, Muhammad.
    Now, in the opening of this new Cycle, the “Cycle of Baha” in 1844, there is no room for “conservatism”, bigotry, ‘unfettered’ liberalism,and those philosophies/issues which serve to divide humanity.

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