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President Donald Trump lashed out at Saturday Night Live's interpretation of his press conference in the Rose Garden announcing his intention to declare a national emergency for what he calls a crisis at the southern border.

Trump accused the show of airing Republican "hit jobs" and of being the "real collusion."

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Days after President Donald Trump's chaotic press conference announcing a state of emergency at the southern border, Saturday Night Live aired its take on the freewheeling event.

With resident Trump impersonator Alec Baldwin returning, the sketch skewered many of the press conference's highlights: Trump's hatred of certain news networks, his questionable inflections, and the lack of any evidence that there is a crisis at the southern border, let alone one that rises to the level of a national emergency.

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US President Donald Trump listens to a question in the Oval Office of the White House on September 5, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Alex Edelman- Pool/Getty Images)

President Donald Trump took a break from overseeing the nation to seethe on Twitter about long-running comedy show Saturday Night Live's portrayal of him.

Despite claims that he's a champion of the First Amendment, the President insinuated that SNL's portrayal of him should be tested in court:

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Omarosa Manigault Newman and Ivanka Trump. (Credit: NBC/Alex Wong)

Another claim from Omarosa Manigault Newman's explosive new book Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House is making the rounds. This time it's less about embattled President Donald Trump and more about his daughter and one of his senior advisors, Ivanka.

According to Manigault Newman, Ivanka was frustrated after seeing an SNL sketch parodying her perceived complacency to her father's words and policies. The sketch had Scarlett Johansson playing Ivanka in a fake perfume ad called Complicit.

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For what feels like every Saturday since the 1970s, Saturday Night Live has overtaken ABCs airwaves with its debauchery and hilarity. Starring talent like Beck Bennett, Aidy Bryant, Pete Davidson, Leslie Jones, Kate McKinnon, Kenan Thompson, and Mikey Day, SNL has continued to entertain with skits revolving around Donald Trump and other current events.

On March 24, 2018, however, SNL is not scheduled to be airing at its regular time. The live sketch comedy production is slated to return on April 7, 2018 at its normal time slot with Chadwick Boseman stepping in as host. The rising star recently made waves with his portrayal of the titular character in Marvel’s Black Panther. Joining Boseman for the show’s return is musical performer Cardi B, who’s best known for songs like Bodak Yellow and Finesse.

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SNL is back tonight with a new show, and Sterling K. Brown will be hosting the show. The This Is Us actor will be joined by musical guest James Bay.

Tonight marks Brown's first time hosting SNL. In an interview with US Weekly recently, Brown said how honored he is to be hosting the gig. He admitted that he's been watching since he was a baby. The actor reveals that this is one of the "more surreal moments of my life."

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Who is hosting Saturday Night Live tonight, March 3? After a three-week break for the Winter Olympics, Saturday Night Live returns with basketball icon Charles Barkley as the host. Hip hop trio Migos will join Barkley as the headlining musical guest. The show will air at 11:30 p.m. EST on NBC.

Barkley, who is hosting Saturday Night Live for the fourth time, is known as one of the greatest power forwards in NBA history.  The NBA calls him "the greatest anomaly" who "often dominated players half a foot taller". Barkley currently works as an analyst on Inside the NBA on TNT. He previously hosted SNL in 1993, 2010, and 2012, according to Billboard.

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