This weeks Saturday Night Live opened with the return of Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump in the actor's first appearance after his arrest last month following a New York City parking altercation. Baldwin has denied the allegations, and used the appearance to make a joke about the incident. “I havent been this upset since I flipped out over that parking space,” his Trump said.

With Baldwin back, a handful of SNL regulars and guests helped the show tackle a wild week in Trumpland news. He was joined by Ben Stiller, playing former Trump fixer Michael Cohen, who pleaded guilty this week about lying to Congress in his testimony about pursuing a Trump Organization real estate venture in Moscow. Cecily Strong featured as Melania Trump to joke about the blood-like appearance of this year's White House Christmas decorations. Kate McKinnons very creepy Rudy Giuliani and Fred Armisens Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia rounded out the proceedings.

The kitchen-sink sketch ended, appropriately enough, with a parody of Trump singing “Dont Cry For Me Argentina” from Evita.

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