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The Trump Family Decorates its Tree of Shame with Those Who've Been Fired

Saturday Night Live

SNL's Trump family celebrates the season by decorating with the faces of those who've unceremoniously left the administration, including Omarosa. 

Saturday Night Live closed out the year with a Trump family tree trimming in which Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump and Cecily Strong's Melania Trump decorate the "Tree of Shame" with ornaments bearing the faces of those who've left the administration during the past year. Kate McKinnon shows up with with a James Comey ornament to hang on the tree while Aidy Bryant offers up Sean Spicer and Anthony Scaramucci. Meanwhile, Ivanka Trump (special guest Scarlett Johansson) makes an offering of Roy Moore and Steve Bannon.

Regarding Moore, Baldwin's Trump says, "Poor Roy. At least America knows that I finally supported an accused child molester."

Meanwhile, Leslie Jones as Omarosa, the latest of the administration to unceremoniously get the boot, attempts to crash the White House tree trimming party. And McKinnon's Jeff Sessions is the ultimate Elf on the Shelf with a decoration to top off the tree.

Watch below.

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Tracy E. Gilchrist

Tracy E. Gilchrist is the VP, Executive Producer of Entertainment for the Advocate Channel. A media veteran, she writes about the intersections of LGBTQ+ equality and pop culture. Previously, she was the editor-in-chief of The Advocate and the first feminism editor for the 55-year-old brand. In 2017, she launched the company's first podcast, The Advocates. She is an experienced broadcast interviewer, panel moderator, and public speaker who has delivered her talk, "Pandora's Box to Pose: Game-changing Visibility in Film and TV," at universities throughout the country.
Tracy E. Gilchrist is the VP, Executive Producer of Entertainment for the Advocate Channel. A media veteran, she writes about the intersections of LGBTQ+ equality and pop culture. Previously, she was the editor-in-chief of The Advocate and the first feminism editor for the 55-year-old brand. In 2017, she launched the company's first podcast, The Advocates. She is an experienced broadcast interviewer, panel moderator, and public speaker who has delivered her talk, "Pandora's Box to Pose: Game-changing Visibility in Film and TV," at universities throughout the country.