Trump pokes fun at his presidential style as 'Saturday Night Live' host

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Trump reacts after filing his declaration of candidacy to appear on the New Hampshire primary ballot in the Secretary of State's office in ConcordBy Erin McPike and Alice Popovici NEW YORK (Reuters) – Candidate Donald Trump on Saturday satirized his imaginary presidency with a Washington Monument covered in gold mirrors and policy agenda made of magic in his turn as host of comedy show “Saturday Night Live.” The Republican front runner steered clear of making fun of an immigration plan that has angered Latinos but the show’s writers did make sure he was called a “racist” during his opening monologue. Actor Larry David stood to the side of the stage and yelled “racist” as Trump spoke, saying he heard he would make $5,000 for doing so — a reference to one group’s offer to anyone who yelled that at Trump during the live NBC show. During a sketch depicting Trump’s cabinet two years into his term, Trump told his team “I don’t have to get specific” about policy.

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