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Bill Murray appears as Steve Bannon in 'SNL' cold open

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Steve Bannon, who has exclusively been portrayed as the Grim Reaper on SNL, appeared to discuss Wolff's book and unveiled that he is being played by Bill Murray. Magic. Magic. The king maker! Some of them include - wrinkled barn jackets called "Frumpers" for guys, spring skin care line called "Blotch" and a new show on streaming platform Crackle. "The Bannon dynasty is dawning!"

But now that Bannon isn't just out of the White House but deeply on the outs with the people who made him famous, Saturday Night Live's writers aren't likely to bring him back into the action any time soon. "It's called 'Cucks In Cars Getting Coffee, '" he said.

In the cold open, Joe Scarborough (Alex Moffat) and Mika Brzezinski (Kate McKinnon) discuss the week's headlines (and exhibit some sexual tension) before turning to interview author Michael Wolff (Fred Armisen) about his recent book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.

However, it is when he talks about eventually returning to politics that things take a turn for the dark, when Bannon announces some of the people that he has in mind to follow in the footsteps of President Trump.

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Asked about inaccuracies, Armisen gave a perfectly Wolffian "You read it, right?"

"I convinced this country to elect Donald and I can do it again", Murray's Bannon said. "Already got prospects. Logan Paul". Trump would ask to have two babies placed in his office, usually of different races, ' said Armisen's Wolff.

Next up on Morning Joe's guest list was Oprah Winfrey - played by Leslie Jones - and she was immediately asked whether she'll run for president.

"Saturday Night Live" airs live coast-to-coast Saturdays at 11:30pm ET/8:30pm PT on NBC.

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