Last night’s Saturday Night Live was one of the best, with Melissa McCarthy’s game changing imitation of Press Secretary Sean Spicer, and the always incredible Alec Baldwin’s take on Donald Trump.
Once those skits were done, SNL tackled United States immigration, as Cecily Strong played a U.S. Customs agent hosting an orientation video for people settling in the country for the first time.
That is, with a few 2017-style updates inspired by the Presidency of Donald Trump.
“Let’s go over a few documents you’ll need,” she says. “First, your US customs form. You’ll also need a valid passport from your country of origin.”
Then, a Trump-style update to the original orientation video appears to offer the newly-edited version: “NOT INCLUDING: Iraq, Iran, Syria, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, or Yemen, and maybe Australia. We’ll See.”
Beck Bennett plays a Homeland Security agent presenting the lengthy list of “Extreme Vetting” questions that immigrants must face before coming into the country: “Are You Muslim?” with ‘yes’ and ‘no’ check boxes.
Take a look: