Another Saturday, and another “Saturday Night Live” cold open mocking President Donald Trump, members of his administration, or anything else Trump-related.
On this week's episode, “SNL” skewered Trump in a parody of Charles Dickens's classic, “A Christmas Carol.”
Like Dickens's Ebeneezer Scrooge, Trump is visited by his very own ghosts — personalized for Trump, as only “SNL” can see them.
Without giving too much away — video of the skit is below — Trump ducks out of the White House Christmas party.
The first ghost to pay a visit to Trump is former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty last week to lying to the FBI.
And Flynn's ghost name? The “ghost of witness flipped,” of course.
Flynn warns Trump: “Mr. President, there's a lot of people from your past that could come back to haunt you.”
Trump is then visited by three more ghosts — the third of whom's identity he initially confuses.
Video is below.