'SNL' Gives One of Queen's Greatest Hits the Trump Treatment in Cold Open: Watch
Saturday Night Live closed out their 44th season with another Donald Trump impression from Alec Baldwin -- but this time, with a musical twist courtesy of one of Queen's most beloved songs.
For the season finale on May 18, Baldwin took over the Oval Office alongside several SNL cast members playing various members of the Trump administration (Aidy Bryant as Sarah Huckabee Sanders; Beck Bennett as Mike Pence; Cecily Strong as Melanie Trump) and Robert De Niro, who reprised his take on Robert Mueller, to sing through a Trump-specific spin on "Don't Stop Me Now," the cult classic off their 1978 album, Jazz.
With "Don't Stop Us Now," Trump launches into a State of the Union address about summer, and it slowly descends into madness as his wife, his sons, Kanye West (played by Chris Redd), Mueller and assorted colleagues pop in and riff on various issues, including the abortion ban in various states, the possibility of impeachment, the Mueller report and more.
Watch the "Don't Stop Us Now" cold open below.