Bill Murray debuts his Steve Bannon on 'SNL'

Bill Murray debuts as Steve Bannon on 'SNL'

Steve Bannon can be no longer a grim reaper on “Saturday Night Live.”

Bill Murray surprised audiences on NBC’s variety show on Saturday night debuting inside show’s opening sketch as former Trump White House chief strategist, Bannon. Saturday’s episode was the first of 2018.

inside past, a cast member didn’t play Bannon, instead having the political figure played by a grim reaper character that has a skull face mask. On Saturday night, during an “Morning Joe” segment, Murray became available in a black hood to big cheers by the audience.

“The Bannon magic can be still out there,” Murray as Bannon said. “Magic. Magic. The king maker! The Bannon dynasty can be dawning.”

Kate McKinnon’s Mika Brzezinski asked Bannon what he’s doing currently since leaving the White House.

“I’m working on a web series for Crackle. the item’s called ‘Cucks In Cars Getting Coffee,'” he said. “I’m also coming out that has a completely new line of wrinkled barn jackets.”

“SNL” brought out another old cast member, Fred Armisen, to play Michael Wolff, the author of “Fire in addition to also also Fury,” the bestseller which explores the inner workings of the Trump White House.

“You know what? C’mon, you know you’re done, the item’s over,” Armisen as Wolff said.

yet Murray’s Bannon was steadfast which he might one day again return to the political world.

“I convinced This particular country to elect Donald in addition to also also I can do the item again,” Murray’s Bannon said. “I’m already auditioning candidates in addition to also also prospects like Logan Paul, Martin Shkreli, the Subway guy. He’s back. He’s electable.”

“SNL” also brought out another potential candidate, Leslie Jones’ Oprah Winfrey.

“Well, I’m a celebrity, so I’m qualified,” Jones’ Oprah answered to questions of her running for president. “yet I’m different by Donald Trump because I’m actually a billionaire.

Then Murray, Armisen in addition to also also the rest of the cast opened the show with its traditional catch phrase, “Live … by completely new York, the item’s Saturday night.”

sy88pgw (completely new York) First published January 14, 2018: 1:08 AM ET

Bill Murray debuts his Steve Bannon on 'SNL'

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