Actor Alec Baldwin made his return to "Saturday Night Live" as President Trump, this time accompanied by top advisor Stephen Bannon, portrayed as the Grim Reaper.

Baldwin's Trump told Bannon he was "tired and cranky" and wanted to "freak out on somebody."

Bannon suggested he call several world leaders: Malcolm Turnbull of Australia, Enrique Pena Nieto of Mexico and Angela Merkel of Germany.

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Turnbull thanked Trump in advance for accepting 1,200 refugees as part of an agreement made with former President Barack Obama, catching the new president by surprise.

"No refugees, America first, Australia sucks, your reef is failing, prepare to go to war," Trump yelled and hung up.

Trump asked Kate McKinnon's Merkel if he should write a memoir about his inauguration attendance and name it "My Struggle".

He asked what the German translation of such a title would be, an apparent reference to Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf".

The two concluded their conversation by arguing over the correct pronunciation of "Angela", as there is no standard hard-J sound in the German language.

Watch the full segment above.

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