In the fantastic cold open, Sessions and Pence sympathized with Cohen - who laments, "You know how much evidence I have in my office?" Cohen eventually arrives and gives them the full details on why they ought to be anxious after how much stuff federal agents took from him. "I have an entire hard drive that's just labeled 'yikes!'" He also called Trump the "smartest, kindest, sexiest, least colluding man" on the planet.
After listing Trump family code names, including "Two Fredos" for brothers Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, De Niro's Mueller made a promise to Cohen: "Now, we're gonna catch all you Little Fockers".
This is when Cohen meets De Niro's Mueller.
Asked whether he's ever threatened people to stay quiet, Stiller as Cohen responds: "Directly? No". "How'd you like that pee pee tape?".
"It was a surprise for Stormy - like a gift...like a rock you throw through a window with a note tied to it that says "stop talking", says Cohen in regards to the $130,000 pay off he gave to Trump's alleged adult star mistress.
However, it wasn't until the start of the general election that the producers on "Saturday Night Live" made sure to use Trump as regular source of humor.
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The April 14 edition of "Saturday Night Live" kicked off with a cold open that once again took aim [VIDEO] at the Donald Trump administration.
"I just tried to milk some information out of people", Stiller said.
"Yeah, like with a cow, or a goat".
De Niro, as Mueller, proceeds to grill Stiller's Cohen about Trump, the Russian Federation investigation, and the $130,000 payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels.
"Did you say milk?" asks Mueller.
"The pair then did some movie callbacks, as Cohen explained, 'You can milk anything with nipples", a line used by his character, Gabriel Focker, in Meet the Parents.