NEW YORK, March 6 (UPI) -- Former Saturday Night Live cast member Jason Sudeikis revived his impression of politician Mitt Romney for this weekend's edition of the sketch-comedy series, which was guest hosted by Jonah Hill.
Sudeikis lampooned the Massachusetts governor and failed presidential candidate's recent speech, during which he urged Republicans to back someone other than businessman and GOP frontrunner Donald Trump.
"I rolled up my $1,000, monogrammed sleeves. I took a couple of shots of non-alcoholic Kahlua. I did 10 women's push-ups and I went out there and gave the most aggressive, passionate, well-measured, anti-Trump speech I could," Sudeikis-as-Romney explained.
Asked by broadcast journalist Jake Tapper -- played by Beck Bennett -- if he thinks his lecture "changed the minds of any Trump supporters," the faux Romney admitted, "I do not."
"Do you think any Trump supporters even watched?" the interviewer wanted to know.
"Not on purpose, no," Romney said.
"Do you think your speech hurt him at all?" was another question.
"Honestly, I would assume it probably helped him," Romney said.
Pressed to divulge what he would say directly to Trump, he replied: "Donald, you're duplicitous. you're reckless and if you become the Republican nominee, know this: I would make a great vice president."