Santa Claus quizzed by kids about Al Franken, Roy Moore

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Co-host Michael Che called out the Democrats" attempt to "paint itself the "party of the moral high ground'" by forcing Franken to step down from the Senate amid the sexual misconduct allegations, compared to the GOP's embrace of senatorial candidate Roy Moore despite his alleged past sexual misconduct.

The skit addressed a number of other sexual misconduct allegations that have come to light in recent weeks, including past allegations against Trump and those against Franken.

Jessica pays a visit to Santa next, and brings several follow-up inquiries to Tyler's questions. "It's more of a registry".

Again, he tried to sidestep the question: "Santa tries to stay out of political matters".

Santa attempted to hush the girl by threatening to give her a lump of coal for Christmas - to which she replied: 'From where?

Later in the skit, Santa asked another kid, "You want a toy for Christmas?"

She asks if Donald Trump is on the naughty list as well, to which Santa says that the president has done some naughty things this year.

"I learned that if you admit that you did something wrong, you get in trouble".

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Unfortunately, the kids that head up to sit on Santa's lap are starting to understand that as long as you deny any wrongdoing, you can always keep your job in the public sector.

Amy the elf takes the young girl aside and comforts her.

"Okay, good", Jenny said. "I know that things seem particularly insane right now ... and we seem to have lost perspective on what's naughty and nice", she said.

"I know", Jenny interjects.

That's when Amy assured one precocious little girl, "As bad as things seem, things will be okay".

"I know", the girl replied.

Topics broached went beyond the many men accused of sexual misconduct over the past few months, however: As Santa's visitors noted, there's a divisive tax bill on the verge of passing Congress, an opioid epidemic still ravaging parts of the country, and even child labor abuses happening around the world. "Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow, maybe not for another three years, 42 days and 24 minutes", she says, referencing the time remaining in President Trump's current term. "But most people in America are good people".

For a little added insurance, though, the kid's putting all her money in Bitcoin.

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