This weekend's edition of the sketch comedy show opened with Alec Baldwin returning to his role of Trump for the first time since he was arrested last month for allegedly punching a man in a dispute over a parking spot. The actor denied the allegation.
Baldwin referenced the incident when -- as Trump -- he complained about special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russians to manipulate voters in the 2016 presidential election.
"I haven't been this upset since I flipped out over that parking space," Baldwin as Trump quipped.
Saturday's sketch also saw Ben Stiller play Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen, while Kate McKinnon played former New York City mayor and current Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, Cecily Strong played first lady Melania Trump, Beck Bennett played Russian President Vladimir Putin and Fred Armisen played Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
It showed Trump upset over the friendship between Putin and Salman -- who shared an enthusiastic high five at the summit -- then ended with the group singing a parody of "Don't Cry For Me Argentina" from the biographical musical Evita.
"Don't cry for me Argentina. The truth is I'm very guilty. Some little no-no's and maybe treason. But I kept my promise. Oops, no I didn't," Baldwin as Trump sang.
"Don't cry for us Argentina," the characters sang, with Strong's Melania Trump, adding, "The truth is I barely know him."
"All through our wild days," chimed in Putin and Salman.
"My mad existence," crooned Giuliani.
"It's just a witch hunt," offered Cohen.
"And we're all witches," the group concluded.
The video had about 500,000 views on YouTube as of Sunday morning.