Stormy Daniels Warns Donald Trump That “A Storm’s a-Coming” During ‘SNL’ Cold Open
She's not backing down! Porn star Stormy Daniels might be one of the only people who are not afraid to go head to head with President of the United States Donald Trump. She's been taking jabs at Trump in the media ever since In Touch published an explosive, 5,000-word exclusive interview about her 2006 affair with Trump, and she took her latest jab at him on national TV during the SNL cold open on Saturday, May 5.
In the skit, actor Ben Stiller played the role of Trump's lawyer Micahel Cohen, while Tonight show host Jimmy Fallon played the role of Trump's son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner. Actress Scarlett Johansson played Trump's daughter Ivanka Trump, actress Kate McKinnon played the role of Trump adviser and former NYC mayor Rudy Giuliani, and actor Alec Baldwin reprised his role on the show as Donald Trump.
The skit started with Cohen calling Trump from a payphone, and their entire conversation was wiretapped by the FBI, who was listening in on another line. "Mr. Trump, we're in big trouble. I think they know about our collusion and obstruction of justice [spoken in pig Latin]," Cohen told Trump. "Mr. Trump, I don't know what to do, you keep changing your story on the Stormy Daniels payment."
Saturday Night Live writers were poking fun at the newest update in the Trump investigation. During an interview with Sean Hannity on his Fox News show, Rudy said that Trump had paid Cohen back for the $130,000 in hush money that Cohen paid Stormy in order for her to keep quiet about their affair just weeks before the 2016 presidential election.
In an attempt to get all parties involved in the situation on the same page, Cohen eventually called up Stormy, who played herself, with Trump on the other line. After Trump asked Stormy what he could do to make it "all go away," she sassily told him, "I know you don't believe in climate change, but a storm's a comin' baby."
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