Donald Trump was ago in late-night tv Tuesday, and this time, he squared off via comedic titan Stephen Colbert of The Late Show. The billionaire service mogul missed a couple of punches, namely as soon as Colbert asked whether Trump believed President Obama had been born in the USA ("I don"t talk around that anymore," Trump said). But for all his minor gaffes, Trump was reasonably well-obtained, playing in addition to the late-night hold, and also acted cordial and also friendly throughout the remainder of the interwatch. He"s most likely had actually the majority of practice: Over the years, Trump has actually been hammered in Saturday Night Live skits, many kind of of which didn"t need to stray much from the resource to administer raucous entertainment.

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Several SNL alum have actually depicted the orange-tinged businessman over the years, including Phil Hartman, Jason Sudeikis, and also Darrell Hammond, and although their interpretations all differed in the minutiae, each one made sure to play up Trump"s signature braggadocio. In a very early "Church Chat" sketch from February 1990, for example, Hartman was tasked through impersonating the then-scandal-embroiled Trump, whose real-life equivalent had actually simply been captured having an affair through ingenue actress Marla Maples, whom he later on married. When asked by Dana Carvey"s "Church Lady" to clear the air about the scandal Trump (Hartman) responded that he might sindicate buy out her cable television regime and shut her dvery own.


"Let me settle a pair gray areas for you, Church Lady. First, nobody puts me on the spot," fake-Trump angrily said. "Second, I can buy and offer you and also your little freak present, dog and pony act, whatever before this is... You save your nose outta my service or you"ll discover yourself on the street — wait a minute, I very own the street, I don"t understand wright here you"re gonna find yourself." Ouch.

Although the dialogue was punctuated through a couple of over-the-peak remarks expected to elicit more laughs, Hartman"s impersocountry wasn"t really that far off the mark, especially considering his a lot of recent run-ins via the push in the 2016 election cycle (racist immigration comments and also sexist Twitter feuds, anyone?). The brief "Church Chat" skit wasn"t the only SNL sketch over the years to perfectly embody the brash businessman"s tradenote arrogance either — the comedy display has been providing it to The Donald for the past 25 years.

Donald Trump & The Apprentice


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In a skit from January 2004, Darrell Hammond played up Trump"s penchant for boasting around his own wealth.

"Many of you understand who I am already, because I"m rich and also I"m handsome," Hammond"s Trump quipped. "I"d like to talk about my brand-new display <...> The Apprlure — prefer whatever I do, it"s gonna be huge, and bold, and sexy, and also complete of course, OK?" He included that he would certainly be trying to find a winner who appreciated the "classier things in life," favor "solid gold telescopes and also 40-foot televisions."

If that sounds familiar, it"s more than likely because Trump unapologetically reminded everyone of his wealth in his campaign kickoff speech this previous June, boasting neatly, "I"m really well-off."

Donald Trump & His Replacement


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Trump himself organized the Saturday evening comedy show in April 2004, opening the night by joking, "It"s excellent to be here at Saturday Night Live, yet I"ll be completely honest, it"s even better for Saturday Night Live that I"m here." After winking at the audience (go ahead and also shudder a tiny bit via me), Trump added, as a result of his busy schedule, he"d be replacing himself that evening with SNL actor Darrell Hammond, that as confirmed by the previous clip, produced a pretty decent carbon copy of the billionaire.

"Nobody"s bigger than me, nobody"s better than me, I"m a ratings machine <...> but in situation I gain called — I"m always on organization — I gained a replacement," Trump explained, bringing Hammond onto the stage. You know what they say: If you can not beat "em... make them pretfinish to be you so at least you can act choose you own the narrative. Right?

Ross Perot Interviews Donald Trump


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In 1999, Ross Perot was making waves on the presidential election scene via his moderate, populist Redevelop Party. Former President George H.W. Bush publicly chided the Texas businessguy for trying to guide even more Republideserve to members to his centrist activity in order to press a brand-new candiday for the upcoming election. Eager to get in on the political melee, SNL recruited then-actors member Cheri Oteri to play the eager Perot as a leader in search of a brand-new star — and among Perot"s willing volunteers? Hammond"s Donald Trump.

"Apparently ... I wasn"t insane enough for the Amerihave the right to civilization," Oteri as Perot shelp, asking both Trump and also Pat Buchanan (played by Chris Parnell) for their respective stances on controversial problems. When fake-Buchanan replied that "foreigners in basic repulsive," fake-Trump then renoted,

Whoa, whoa, whoa — host the watercraft. The Donald employs an army of illegal aliens in his many type of fine Atlantic City hotels and also casinos. Sure they steal and also talk funny, yet <...> they"ll work-related for 15-cents a week.

"The Donald" also took the moment to disclose his very own revamp of the White House, a casino-prefer monstrosity he had called, "The Trump Housage." Fake-Trump might have actually been shocking, however let"s be hocolony — the entire sketch was alarmingly accurate.

Donald Trump Vs. The Pizza


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Playing off of Trump"s self-deprecating Domino"s ad previously in 2005, SNL authors managed to throw together their own commercial, finish via Hammond as an unmanageable Trump in a pizza costume (if that"s not comedy gold, I"m not certain what is). In the clip, Hammond"s Trump appeared to have difficulty remembering the name of the pizza agency, continually calling it "Dominio"s," rather than Domino"s.

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"Keep rolling, "cause I"m gonna wing one now right off the cuff, Robin Williams-style," sassist fake-Trump. "And... action: Cheese-Louise, I"m hungry — hey wait, I"m a slice of cheeseburger pizza from Dominio"s, prefer the game... eat me."

Try controlling your laughter in the time of this brilliant Hammond sketch — I dare you.


Although Hammond has long since gone from the SNL phase, fans of the long-running comedy sketch still have reason to rejoice: On Monday, the NBC late-night comedy show announced that it had actually selected actors member Taran Killam to play the ever-angry and also slightly xenophobic Trump, a decision which Killam"s colleague Kate McKinnon, that often impersonates Democratic candiday Hillary Clinton, called "exceptional."