AceShowbiz - "Saturday Night Live" tackled Kanye West's Oval Office meeting, which took place on Thursday, October 11, on the show's cold open during the October 13 episode. Alec Baldwin returned as President Donald Trump, while cast member Chris Redd played the ranting "Gold Digger" rapper. The two were joined by Kenan Thompson's NFL legend Jim Brown.
Chris' Kanye, who donned his signature "Make America Great Again" cap, said to POTUS that he "flew here using the power of this hat" while shouting. He didn't go there empty-handed though, as he gifted the president a pair of white Yeezy shoes. "I want to thank you for giving me a pair of your sneakers. They're perfect for me because they're white," Alec's Trump said of the gift.
"Saturday Night Live" version of Kanye then went on talking about the 13th Amendment that abolished slavery, dubbing it a "trap door."
In a voice over, Alec's Trump thought to himself that Kanye might be "cuckoo," before adding, "And I've been in a room with Dennis Rodman and Kim Jong-Un and they made a lot more sense than him."
However, after seeing Kanye who talked non-stop and didn't listen to anyone else but himself, the show's version of the president seemingly felt that the rapper somehow reminded him of someone. "Oh my god, he's black me!" he finally realized.
"We are both geniuses, we're both married to beautiful women and we've both definitely been recorded saying the N-word," Alec's Trump continued saying in his internal monologue.
Chris' Kanye then wrapped his speech, saying, "So in conclusion, 13th Amendment, Chi-Raq, trap doors lead to the Unabomber, male energy, Trump is my dad, Hillary [Clinton]'s a woman and the media needs to start making this President look good." He then proceed to hug Alec's Trump and call him "dad."
While Chris' Kanye, who made Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh "look calm and collected," according to Alec's POTUS, and Alec's Trump were bonding as they have a lot more in common than people know, Kenan's Jim was feeling confused as to why he ended up there.
"Oh my, look! What have I've gotten myself into," he thought to himself. "I played football with a leather helmet and my brain is still working better than his," he continued, while side-eyeing Chris' Kanye.