After bragging about the push for tax reform and his victory in the culture wars, Trump dedicates his Christmas tree to all of the allies and enemies who met their political demise during his presidency.
To settle him down, the first lady encourages her husband to turn to trimming a Christmas tree, by hanging ornaments depicting the faces of "all the haters and losers I destroyed this year". "I left that job by choice", Jones asserted.
After receiving ornaments from several of his staff members, Baldwin asks, "Where's my next ornament?" to which Johansson replies, "I'm right here father".
In response, Roberts said "I'm sure she'll be selling that story".
"The one I've brought is that traitorous Mike Flynn", Bennett's Pence says about his ornament, before turning to the camera and continuing with a knowing gleam in his eye.
"Too late, I see you in there, Donald".
"I demand a retraction", she tells Che.
Putin called Trump to thank Central Intelligence Agency for tip on bomb threat
Another video showed operatives breaking the doors and raiding an apartment used by other suspects. One segment showed FSB operatives outside a St.
Scarlett Johanssen, playing First Daughter Ivanka Trump, arrives with an ornament for former Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, explaining that she tried to make an ornament for Steve Bannon, but his face would not fit.
"We got to cut off the head to kill the snake", McKinnon's Sessions said, apparently referring to Mueller, "And I should know because I'm a mischievous little mongoose".
Johansson tartly replies, "He's packing a go bag before the Federal Bureau of Investigation arrives".
President Donald Trump's former West Wing communication adviser's firing was roasted by comedic actress Leslie Jones (Ghostbusters remake) and Michael Che during the segment of SNL known famously as "Weekend Update".
"I made a macaroni star!"
Omarosa started banging on the window, demanding to be let in, before she was hauled away by the Secret Service.
McKinnon played Jeff Sessions as the "elf on the shelf".
Omarosa shows up once more, with the signature music to The Apprentice.
Watch the cold-open in the video above.