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Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller star in SNL skit featuring Trump lawyer Michael Cohen
The skit was set in the headquarters of the U.S. Department of Justice, where Vice-President Mike Pence and attorney general Jeff Sessions were shown plotting to take advantage of what they suggest is President Trump's imminent overthrowing.
The face-off was a twisted take on the film "Meet the Parents" when De Niro's character gets to know his soon-to-be son-in-law, Greg Focker, played by Stiller.
When Donald Trump first kicked off his campaign for president, it didn't take long before he became headline news [VIDEO]on an nearly daily basis. "You know how much evidence I have in my office?" Trump has gone from being "Putin's little bitch" to "Stormy's little bitch.' Ivanka is called "Girlfriend". Eric and Donald Trump Jr. are referred to as the "two Fredos", and Cohen is "dead man walking". "I have an entire hard drive that's just labeled 'Yikes!'" - before sending him off to speak with special investigator Robert Mueller.
"Yeah, like with a cow, or a goat". Robert De Niro fired back, once again referencing "Meet the Parents".
"Like a rock you throw through the window with a note tied to it that says, 'stop talking, '" says Cohen. "Now we're gonna catch all you little Fockers" had to be our favorite. "You can milk anything with nipples", the satirical Cohen answered.
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