I watched Saturday Night on Saturday anput Trump and the cool guys in the cafeteria. It reminds me the times I was a teacher. I guess, it reflects well how European leaders are weary and skeptical towards him:
How very well do I agree with you with the fellows in the Cafeteria do talk as presented in this most comical way. For although the situation was designed in a comical manner, it did strike most accurately the European view of Mr. Trump. For his antics and emotional manner is very notable and with this, has created a great deal of mistrust of American policies abroad.
The future of American interest abroad will need a great deal of damage control by the next president.
For as the old saying: Politicians come and they go, but civil service is always here, so back to work..
Excellent comedy. You also see the social hierarchy in Europe and the world. The West-European French President, the British prime minister and the Canadian prime minister who are higher in hierarchy than Romania and Latvia. Boris Johnson is the best portrayed. Donald Trump is good too. With his hamburgers. Unfortunately they forgot to portray the Dutch prime minister who stood next to Emmanuel Macron, Boris Johnson and Justin Trudeau. Mark Rutte is called the Teflon man in the Netherlands, like a French Tefal nonstick frying-pan, a combination of teflon and aluminium.
Rutte is always very the guy who has a lot of self control but in this comedy he loses his self-control
This very funny in Dutch
Putin is quite insulting to Mark Rutte in this parody. He says that Rutte has no balls. He acts like a Russian mobster threatening Mark Rutte. Rutte uses Hip Hop language, but stays rather decent and innocent.
Rutte with the former Dutch queen
Of course for me Rutte would have been funny for me in that SNL episode, but they choose for world leaders of course. I liked the parody and am a hard core European fan of SNL. For me it stand next to my other favorite American comedy 'Curb Your Enthousiasm'.