"Saturday Night Live" took aim at the recent Democratic presidential debate in New Hampshire, describing the lineup of candidates as "future MSNBC contributors."
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, played by Larry David, has words of wisdom for the party, which relied on a malfunctioning phone app for results that still haven't been verified.
"Hey I have an idea for an app," David's Sanders says. "It’s called no apps. You show up to your polling place, take a number like you do at your butcher ... Give me a pound of whatever’s about to go bad."
Sen. Amy Klobuchar, of Minnesota, played by former "SNL" cast member Rachel Dratch, positioned the women in the field as the last sane Democrats vying for the White House.
The next morning, at the National Prayer Breakfast, Trump criticized Mormon Sen. Mitt Romney, who cited his religious conscience as he became the only Republican in the Senate to vote in favor of removing the president.
"I don't like people who use their faith as justification for doing what they know is wrong," Trump said Thursday.
"Weekend Update" co-host Colin Jost said such sentiment shouldn't go over well with the truly religious. "Even the leaders of the National Prayer Breakfast were like, Jesus Christ, dude," he said.