'SNL' looks back on Pres. Joe Biden's first year in office on its version of 'The Ingraham Angle'

“토요일 밤 라이브” kicked off this week’s episode with a look back at President Joe Biden’s first year in office through the lens of Fox News host Laura Ingraham and her show, “잉그라함 앵글.”

Cast member Kate McKinnon embodied the conservative host, telling her audience of Biden’s term so far, “Can we all admit it’s a disaster?”
McKinnon’s Ingraham listed problems, like high inflation and gas prices before tossing to a heavily edited soundbite that makes it seem like White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki is saying, “We are not good people. The American public should vote us out.
    First true thing she’s ever said,” McKinnon’s Ingraham said.
      이것의. Ted Cruz then joins the program totalk about how he’s pushing back against Biden’s tyranny,” Ingraham says while pointing out that Cruz is still sporting a beard.
          Cruz, played by Aidy Bryant, 응답, “My beard is like January 6. Shocking at first, but sadly, it’s been normalized.
          Bryant’s Cruz offers another apology for referring to January 6 rioters as “테러리스트,” now describing them asmy cool friends.
          Before he signs off, Cruz offers advice to his Texas constituents: “February is going to be a cold one, so you might want to book your vacay to Cancun now.
          McKinnon’s Ingraham then takes a momentto thank my few remaining loyal sponsors,” including a product called Covid Negs, “the Covid test that’s guaranteed to be negative, even if you have it.
          She then welcomes her next guest, tennis star Novak Djokovic, to talk about his recent deportation from Australia due to concerns the unvaccinated athlete could pose a risk to public health and order.
          Djokovic, played by Pete Davidson, tells Ingraham, “당신은, people love to tear you off your pedestal, 알 잖아, just because you’re really rich, or you’re the best at tennis, or you go to charity event with 200 kids even though you’re dripping with Covid.
          McKinnon’s Ingraham wraps with Djokovic by saying, “감사합니다, 노박, see you at Wimbledon.
          Probably not,” Davidson’s Djokovic quickly counters.
          Ingraham’s next guest is conservative pundit Candace Owens, played by Ego Nwodim, who McKinnon’s Ingraham calls, “My one Black friend.
          Owns is there to address the voting rights bill, “which would make it easier for minorities to vote and harder for White people in Florida to vote twice,” Ingraham explains.
          Nwodim’s Owens accuses liberals of making everything about race.
          To quote the only words that Martin Luther King ever said, ‘I have a dream.’ 그게 다야, end of quote,” Nwodim’s Owens says. “Nothing about money or jobs or schools, unless you count his tombstone, 그것은 말한다, '잘 했어, 한 떼. Racism over.'
          Ingraham then welcomes her final guest of the evening for a preview of the 2024 Republican presidential primary, 그만큼 “svelte, muscular 230-pound gorilla in the room, Donald Trump.
          I’m back just like ‘Tiger King 2.You have fun the first time, and then you’re like, ‘How are more people from this not in jail yet?'” 지우다, played by James Austin Johnson, 말한다.
            Trump then plays a game of Wordle, that somehow manages to connect vaccine boosters, 존 메이어, Hilary Duff and her new showHow I Met your Father,” Jason Momoa and Prada.
            McKinnon’s Ingraham then ends the cold open with the show’s signature, “라이브, from New York, it’s Saturday Night!”

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