Will Ferrell is at it again. He returned to Saturday Night Live as George W. Bush, re-taking on the presidential persona that has inspired countless amounts of laughs over the years.
Not only does he come back, but he comes back with a bang, too. One thing’s for sure: he sure as heck doesn’t disappoint. In the SNL skit he decides to enter the race for President again, saying:
“The field of Republicans is so messed up, I figured it makes you miss me, doesn’t it? And, thats saying a lot.”
That’s how the entire show ended up going down. Bush makes fun of all the Republican presidential candidates running currently, one by one, including his brother Jeb.
He first starts off when Ben Carson:
“I can barely hear him when he talks. I’ll tell ya something, that’s not going to work if you go to China. You have to talk loudly so they can understand.”
He then talks about Carly Fiorina:
“She’s not qualified to be President of the United States. In many ways, she reminds me of me. But, she isn’t me. I am me.”
Cruz and Rubio are next:
“Sounds like a Miami law firm. If you’ve been injured on the job call Rubio and Cruz. These two guys are immigrants. They hate immigrants. I for one like the Mexican people. They’re my amigos. Chex-mex is my favorite kind of food.”
George then turns his attention over to Donald, before finishing off talking about his brother. He can’t even get a word out before laughing uncontrollably:
“You got this knucklehead, with the hair, and the 100 ft. wall. I’ll tell you something, whenever I get in a bad mood I just picture his big, fat, orange oompa loompa face.”
This is definitely an episode you don’t want to miss.