Just thought it was interesting because it sticks to what Norm knows about, comedy.
Few notes for those that don't want to watch.
Justin Turdeau didn't inherit his fathers wit.
Alec Baldwin's take on Trump is inferior to Daryl Hammond's because Alec has contempt for Trump and it comes off in his performance.
Obama wasn't as funny as people made him out to be, as he was too self aware.
Hilary wasn't funny at all, and isn't the type of person you'd like to have a beer with which factored into her losing.
Trump is funny in the same way a WWE wrestler is, and a lot of it is an act.
It's easier in comedy now for bad comics to succeed, but more difficult for good ones.
He's only told one Trump joke which I thought was pretty funny, you'll have to watch to hear it.
Can't say I disagree with anything he said. Although I will say I share the same position on Baldwin's performance to a degree, there has definitely been some very funny moments. Also, Trump is a different type of politician. While many may have disliked Obama, and were retards who bought into the whole worst President ever nonsense etc. I don't think many truly hated him, the guy was just too likeable. People truly hate Trump, and Baldwin's performance ties into that anger which makes it successful. If you hate Trump, which a lot of SNL viewers do Hammond's Trump would just be too soft and makes Trump too human.