NEW YORK - Alec Baldwin, Robert DeNiro and "Saturday Night Live" cast members took one last jab at President Donald Trump's administration this week in the comedy show's final cold open of the season.
In Saturday's sketch, Baldwin's Trump led first lady Melania Trump (Cecily Strong), Vice President Mike Pence (Beck Bennett), White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders (Aidy Bryant) and other cast members in a musical number set to the tune of Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now."
"Tonight, I'm gonna have myself a real good time," Baldwin's Trump crooned from behind his Oval Office desk before the others joined in, one by one, dancing and singing.
"He's a billionaire unless you take a look at his tax returns," Strong's Melania Trump sang at one point. "He's gonna hide, hide, hide, oh, there's no showing you."
"I wanna make a super-straight man out of you," Bennett's Pence chimed in later.
Several other "SNL" regulars appeared in the sketch, including Kenan Thompson as Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, Chris Redd as Kanye West, Kate McKinnon as Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, Mikey Day as Donald Trump Jr. and Alex Moffat as Eric Trump.
But DeNiro, appearing as special counsel Robert Mueller, nearly put a damper on the celebration.
"Wait a second," DeNiro's Mueller bellowed. "I have something very important to say to the American people – something they need to hear."
"No collusion, no obstruction, so don't stop me now," Baldwin's Trump interjected as the song resumed.