WATCH: 'SNL' Parodies Trump, Spicer, Conway, Warren as Baldwin Hosts
Actor Alec Baldwin hosted "Saturday Night Live" for a record-breaking 17th time this past Saturday night.
In his opening monologue, he reminisced about the previous times he had hosted the show.
Saturday's episode featured plenty of political parodies from the past week.
Melissa McCarthy was back as White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer to deliver the daily White House press briefing.
She referred to members of the media as "dumb babies" and ended the segment chasing reporters around the room on her moving podium.
During the presser, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, played by Kate McKinnon, made an appearance.
McKinnon also portrayed President Donald Trump's Senior Counselor Kellyanne Conway as she pressured CNN's Jake Tapper, played by Beck Bennett, to get her back on television.
McKinnon threatens Bennett with a knife after breaking in to Tapper's apartment.
Baldwin appeared once again as Trump in a "People's Court" segment in which the president attempts to argue the legality of his executive order on immigration against the three "so-called" judges of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Joining Baldwin briefly at the podium was a shirtless Russian President Vladimir Putin, played by Bennett, who praised Trump as "my little American Happy Meal."
During the Weekend Update, McKinnon portrayed Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) to comment on Warren being silenced on the Senate floor this past week.
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