Melania Trump Shares Holiday Message With Donald On “SNL”

Melania Trump and husband Donald made an “appearance” on Saturday Night Live over the weekend–portrayed by cast members Taran Killam and Cecily Strong.

The wealthy duo showed up in a skit to share a message about the holidays, in which Trump released his “naughty and nice” list and revealed who’s topping it this year, including Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and Santa himself.

“Mark Zuckerberg, you’re a billionaire who is giving away almost all of your money to charity. What are you doing you little nerd?” asked Trump, with Melania at his side. As for Santa, he was deemed “worse than Obama” for his penchant for handouts.

“This guy is a foreigner who works one day of the year and gives out handouts. He’s worse than Obama. Sorry Santa, I just don’t trust anyone who can fly over a wall,” Killam said, wearing a perfect Trump wig for the sketch.

While Donald Trump has been busy on the campaign trail, Melania has been absent for most of the tour and didn’t join him until the end of November. Although she supports him 100%, she says she was more concerned with taking care of their 9-year old son and trying to maintain a somewhat normal life for him.

“We have a 9-year-old son together, Barron, and I’m raising him, and he needs a parent at home,” Melania said in an interview with Barbara Walters. “I encouraged him because I know what he will do and what he can do for America. He loves the American people and he wants to help them.”

Meanwhile, Trump’s opponent in the presidential race, Hillary Clinton, said recently that she thinks Trump’s beliefs are bad for the U.S.

“Enough is enough. He’s been trafficking in prejudice and paranoia and it’s bad for our politics and it’s bad for our country,” Clinton said.


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