Stormy Daniels mocks Trump on 'Saturday Night Live' with Ben Stiller and Martin Short
A star-studded "Saturday Night Live" featured Donald Glover as the show's host and performer, and a surprise appearance by Stormy Daniels.
No, that wasn't a Saturday Night Live cast member or famous guest star playing Stormy Daniels during this weekend's episode.
Daniels made a surprise cameo during the star-studded opening of Saturday's episode, which featured Donald Glover as both the evening's host and performer. Also included in the skit alongside Daniels: Ben Stiller playing President Trump's embattled lawyer Michael Cohen, Martin Short as the president's personal physician Harold Bornstein, Aidy Bryant as Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Cecily Strong as Melania Trump, Leslie Jones playing Omarosa, Beck Bennett as Mike Pence, and Scarlett Johansson and Jimmy Fallon as Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.
The episode's introductory sketch started with Alec Baldwin's Trump on the phone with Cohen, Bornstein and Kate McKinnon's brutal take on Rudy Giuliani, with two FBI agents listening in, spoofing the recent news that Cohen's calls may have been logged by the feds. An initial report said calls were wiretapped, but NBC News issued a correction.
Then, following the parade of other guest performers, the real Stormy Daniels appeared, warning the phone call's participants, "I know you don’t believe in climate change, but a storm’s a coming, baby.”