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"Saturday Night Live" laughs at the expense of Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos after his controversial accusations that the owner of National Enquirera threatened to publish sex graphic photos that were part of the texts between him and girlfriend Lauren Sanchez.
The comedy launch began with a win in MSNBC's "Meet the Press" message and debated what could be seen in the alleged images.
The Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson, played by Kenan Thompson, wondered whether Bezos "worked with something big as Amazon Echo, or is more like a Dot."
Robinson said he was looking forward to all photos of Bezos.
"I will make them funny memes and send them to all friends," he said.
Eighty-year-old US Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross (Kate McKinnon), a billionaire investor, presented host Chuck Todd (Kyle Mooney) and expressed discomfort with the topic.
"I'm one of the guys," he said. "I love sports and I drink a cold glass of blood."
The debate was joined by Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker (Aidy Bryant), who confirmed at one moment that his time in the Trump administration would be counted in months.
"Soon I will return to my work of exhibiting fights at the" Jerry Springer Show "exhibition, he said.
A later scandal in Virginia scammed by the Gov. Ralph Northam and Advocate General Mark Herring were dressed in blackface in the 1980s.
Repertoire Kenan Thompson played the Bureau of Legislative Ethics Committee, who wanted to know, "Was someone else wearing a black surface at the college? Who?"
He has trouble convincing the legislators that the black shell is never acceptable.
"I just did not think it would be so complicated," he said.
"What if you wear a black canvas as a gift, as a gift to your hero?" he asked one politician.
"Who is your hero?" Thompson said.
"Al Jolson," replied the legislator.
In the satirical "Weekend Update" news story, she stayed in Virginia, remembering Northam, who reported to reporters at a press conference a week ago that he used blackface to present Michael Jackson to one day.
The "Weekend Update" co-host Michael Che named him "the smallest possible Michael Jackson costume".
Che tried to publicly outrage over the item called Gucci, nicknamed the blackface sweater. He said the news was particularly "devastating" for African Americans because Gucci had long enjoyed the loyalty of the Black Community brand.
"White women," he said, "imagine if you found out that Lululemon made MAGA caps."
Host and music guest was a double platinum artist Halsey.