‘SNL’ Mocks Trump’s Pitch for Money by Releasing Song ‘Justice for All’
“Saturday Night Live” had a hysterical cold open … Donald Trump singing for legal defense money.
James Austin Johnson nailed it as the former prez, beginning with Taylor Swift‘s “Anti-Hero” and introducing himself.
He started with what seemed like a shocker … “Well folks, it happened. I got indicted, or as I spell it: indicated. Frankly, it’s time that I come clean, admit that I broke the law and go quietly to prison. April Fools! That was a prank. I was doing a Jim from Office.”
Then he touted his song from the J6 choir, ‘Justice for All,’ bragging it beat Miley Cyrus on the charts for a nanosecond. So, he says, if that song can raise money for his legal defense, how ‘bout an entire album of songs! The album, titled “Now That’s What I call My Legal Defense Fund,” or “Trump Bopz,” is what he hopes is a goldmine.
You gotta watch … really funny.