Kate McKinnon's Mueller Delivers Bad News About Trump À La 'The Bachelor'

  • Kate McKinnon's Mueller Delivers Bad News About Trump À La 'The Bachelor'

Kate McKinnon's Mueller Delivers Bad News About Trump À La 'The Bachelor'

"Honestly, probably six", McKinnon's Mueller said. Four top aides have been indicted or pleaded guilty along with 13 Russian hackers, who disrupted the 2016 election with fake news.

Kate McKinnon, as special counsel Robert Mueller, tells a voter he has a better case against President Trump for obstruction, rather than collusion.

"Collusion is the only thing I've been looking forward to for the past year", sobs Strong. "I'm just trying to be honest with you in telling you I can't commit to collusion right now".

"Baby, I'm scared", he says to his wife. She continues later, saying, "The more time that goes by, you know, the more that I keep thinking about obstruction".

Though the sketch starts off a bit awkward (though not almost as awkward as the real-life breakup that inspired it), it picks up speed when it becomes clear this isn't just jamming together two ubiquitous pop-culture figures, but making a pretty compelling argument that liberals hoping the Mueller investigation will result in impeachment is maybe about as smart as believing in true love on The Bachelor.

Mueller breaks up with collusion probe in 'SNL' parody of 'The Bachelor' finale

After a lot of crying in the bathroom and anxious, nervous silence, Kufrin asked the question on many viewers minds: "So that's it?"

"So that's it? He's just going to be president?" What about Stormy Daniels? I don't really feel the need to make myself cry.

As McKinnon prepares to leave, she points out that the alternative would be Vice President Mike Pence and asks whether Strong owns American steel.

Sterling K. Brown, who plays Randall Pearson on This Is Us, hosted last night's SNL, and as they're wont to do, the writers gave his role a little shoutout in the form of a skit. The show aired a parody commercial, This is USA, featuring the "real-life drama happening in our government every day".

Kate McKinnon and Cecily Strong re-enact "The Bachelor" with a twist on "Saturday Night Live". "A drama so unnerving you can't look away".