Bachelor 'Robert Mueller' Can't Commit To Trump Collusion In Heartbreaking 'SNL'

Kate Mc Kinnon brought back her impression of Robert Mueller

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"Honestly, probably six", Mueller replied.

Kate McKinnon reigns supreme as Saturday Night Live's tour de force, adding a spot on Mueller to her repertoire, but Cecily Strong's Becca K is borderline ideal, especially as she lights up upon hearing that she's The Bachelorette. The commercial includes Brown as HUD Secretary Ben Carson, Aidy Bryant as Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Pete Davidson as the president's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, Cecily Strong as Stormy Daniels, and Kate McKinnon as presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway. Four top aides have been indicted or pleaded guilty along with 13 Russian hackers, who disrupted the 2016 election with fake news.

In the same way that Arie leaves Becca for the other Bachelor finalist, Mueller leaves collusion to instead pursue obstruction of justice charges.

"So that's it? He's just going to be president?" she asked Mueller. In the sketch, McKinnon-as-Mueller shares some heartbreaking news with bachelorette Cicely Strong: He doesn't have a collusion case.

"The more time that goes by", says Mueller, "the more I keep thinking about...obstruction".

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"The reality is that I don't think I can give you everything that you want right now", McKinnon said.

"This is so fucking embarrassing", Strong says. "Collusion is literally the only thing I've been looking forward to this past year", Becca replies, burying her face in her hands.

The awkward, unedited scene from the finale was parodied in the "SNL" opening skit with some parts mimicking the finale shot-for-shot. Trump's thoughts on executing drug dealers begin 49 minutes in, and his "presidential" bit starts just after the one-hour mark.

NBC has released the highlights from last night's Saturday Night Live which included Trump Administration take on This Is Us and more.

In a parody of the dramatic season finale of reality show The Bachelor, Saturday Night Live kicked off its show with Robert Mueller breaking some hard news about the Russian Federation probe.

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