'SNL' Has Alec Baldwin and Ben Stiller Play Trump and Michael Cohen

Che said, “Our thoughts and condolences go out to his family and friends.”

Jost added, “That’s right. President Bush was famously a really comfortable and friendly male who always accepted a energy in being means to giggle during yourself.”

On screen, “S.N.L.” played brief clips of former expel partner Dana Carvey delivering his well-honed sense of President Bush, as good as a shred in that Bush himself good-naturedly offering Carvey his greeting to a impersonation.

[Read some-more about George Bush’s appreciation for Dana Carvey’s sense here.]

Bush told Carvey, “I’m examination we do your sense of me, and I’ve got to say, it’s zero like me. Bears no resemblance. It’s bad. It’s bad.”

Carvey replied, “Well, I’m sorry, Mr. President. we consider it’s a satisfactory impression.”

Bush said, “Don’t see it. It’s totally exaggerated. It’s not me. Those crazy palm gestures. The indicating thing. we don’t do ’em. And also, ‘na ga da’? Never pronounced it. In all my years of supervision service, we never once said, ‘na ga da.’”

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