“Thank you so much, America! We did it!” Elected president of Carrie, he opened the NBC type show. “Can you believe it? I honestly can’t be one of a kind. Something good has been going on for so long.”
Carrie’s Biden may have taken it forever, but now he says he “never felt alive”.
“It simply came to our notice then That Alive, “he said.
Carrie Biden said he would be president for all Americans.
“Are you from a liberal state like California, or a conservative state like Oklahoma or a hot mess like Florida,” he said.
Then Carrie’s newly elected president brought out his running mate to speak.
“To all the little black and brown girls you see now, I want to say this – the reason your mom laughs the most tonight is because she’s drunk,” said Rudolph Harris. “The reason she’s crying is because she’s drunk. Your mom will dance all night until she’s crying.”
But “SNL” not only showed Biden and Harris’ victory speeches, which were checked with Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump for the president’s “offer” speech, or its lack.
“Thank you for coming to see my victory speech tonight,” Baldwin President Trump said. “Anyone who died halfway through Tuesday knows that I was re-elected President of the United States.”
Then Baldwin Trump said the election was being stolen from him.
“Let’s hear it. Stop counting! Stop counting!” Baldwin shouted before being told that Trump was not leading the race. “What’s that? I’m behind. Count all the votes!”
He then vowed to fight the election results to a bitter end.
“It’s not saying goodbye, America,” he said. “See you in court!”
Finally, Sketch went back to Carrie’s Biden and Rudolph Harris, who, unlike President Trump, said they accepted the outcome of this election.
“We have to act kindly in success,” Carrie Biden said. “We have to move forward together. Unfortunately, there are situations in life, which is one of them, there has to be a winner …”
Carrie Biden was suspended.
“A loohooser,” Biden said in the voice of the character of Carrie’s classic Ace Ventura.
Then Biden’s Gary, Rudolph Harris and Baldwin Trump signed the show’s signature phrase “Live … from New York! It’s Saturday Night!”