‘SNL’ Cold Open Hits Trump’s Manhood Comment, Cruz’s Booger Incident

This week, NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” mocked the recent happenings in 2016 presidential race, as well as the Donald Trump speech with Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) giving a blank stare that many deemed Christie as being held hostage.

Darrell Hammond as Trump announced, “P.S., America, I have a great, big, huge d–!”

“SNL’s” cold open then cut to a faux-Hillary Clinton speech, where she spoke in front of a group of young blacks and a Muslim.

Then, the show went over to Taran Killam playing Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), where the show mocked his appearance and his eating a white booger during this week’s GOP debate.

Finally, Jason Sudeikis came back as Mitt Romney and asked Trump if he could be his running mate.

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