Before we could reach her big send off, however, SNL Dropped a cold open Donald Trump (James Austin Johnson), selling his NFT collection—a choice that even got the former president roundly mocked by some of his closest allies.
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“We call them nifties cause they’re so neat,” Trump explained. “They feature incredible artwork pertaining to my life and my career. You can see the artwork from when I was an astronaut or riding on a huge elephant. Each Trump card costs ninety-nine dollar. It seems like a lot and a scam. However, we love the Trump cards. They are just so much fun. You can also get ‘em for free by just going online and looking at them. Perhaps you could take a screenshot. I don’t know.”
“And the best part is: each card comes with an automatic chance to win an exclusive mystery prize where you get to pick anything out of this nice box,” he continued, holding a crate overflowing with classified information.
Trump then introduced his “third least embarrassing child,” Donald Trump Jr. (Mikey Day), to help him with the sales pitch.
“I know what you’re thinking: ninety-nine dollars? You can get two grams for that!” Don Jr. exclaimed, before introducing a Christmas CD he’s selling from his fiancée, Kimberly Guilfoyle.
That’s it! Cecily Strong’s Guilfoyle emerged in a Christmas-red dress.
“Thank you! And I know you’re gonna love this Christmas album that I’m calling, Now That’s What No One Calls Music!” she said. “And I guarantee you’ll SLEEP IN HEAVENLY PEACE!”
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