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"Meet the Parents" co-stars Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller reunited on "Saturday Night Live" in an opening skit centered around the raid of Trump attorney Michael Cohen's office.

Vice President Mike Pence, played by Beck Bennett, discussed the probe with Attorney General Jeff Sessions, played by Kate McKinnon.

Bennett's Pence tells Sessions that the presidency will be back to normal soon, "because it will be me."

The pair meet Cohen, played by Stiller, and lead him to a room with a polygraph machine.

De Niro, who once said of Trump that he wanted to "punch him in the face," enters the room as Robert Mueller.

"If you're innocent, you have nothing to worry about," De Niro's Mueller said. "How'd you like that pee-pee tape?"

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He later asked Stiller's Cohen about a $130,000 payment made to Stormy Daniels.

Stiller's Cohen inquired about "codenames" Mueller used for the Trump team.

De Niro's Mueller said Trump's was "Putin's little [expletive]," Ivanka Trump's was "girlfriend," Jared Kushner's was "other girlfriend," Donald Trump Jr.'s and Eric Trump's were "two Fredo's" -- and Cohen's was "dead man walking."

"You broke the law, and now we're going to catch all you 'little fockers'," De Niro's Mueller said, in a veiled reference to the third "Meet The Parents" film installment.

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