SNL: Will Ferrells George W. Bush Reminds America How Bad He Was

This weeks Saturday Night Live opened with an Oval Office message from the president of the United States: George W. Bush.

When Will Ferrells Bush crashed Samantha Bees Not the White House Correspondents Dinner last year, he asked, triumphantly, How do you like me now?

This time, the SNL alum and host was here to remind us how bad he really was.

I know what you're thinking, Ferrells Bush said. What the heck is this handsome devil doing back in the Oval Office? Well, the truth is, this is just a set. I had it built in my basement in Texas so I can pretend to still be president sometimes.

I dont know if youve seen the news, but according to a new poll, my approval rating is at an all-time high, he added. Thats right. Donny Q. Trump came in and suddenly Im looking pretty sweet by comparison. At this rate, I might end up on Mt. Rushmore next to Washington, Lincoln, and I want to say Kensington?

The point is that Im suddenly popular AF, Bush said. And a lot of people are saying man, I wish George W. Bush was still our president right about now. So I just wanted to address my fellow Americans tonight and remind you guys that I was really bad. Like, historically not good. So I get why you dont like this current guy. Heck, I voted for Jill Stein all the way. But please do not look back at my presidency and think this is how we do it. Dont forget were still in two different wars that I started.

Comparing his vice president to Trumps, Bush said, If you knew half the stuff old Cheney was up to, youd take no cakes for gays in a heartbeat, adding, Some say Mike Pence is heartless, but remember Dick Cheney was literally heartless.

And Donald Trump thinks the media hates him? Bush asked One time an Iraqi reporter threw an actual shoe at me. He took it off of his foot, lobbed it straight at my noggin. Then he gathered himself, took off the other one and tried it again. But you know what they say, Shoe me once, shoes on you. Shoe me twice, Im keeping those shoes.

Later, Bush laid out how much he has in common with Trump. We are both the exact same age, even though I was president like 40 years ago, he said. We both won the election despite losing the popular vote, though back in my day, we didnt let Russians rig our election. We used the Supreme Court like Americans.

The sketch ended with Bush and his former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, played by Leslie Jones, dueting on the theme song from All in the Family: Boy the way the game was played, everybody knew their place, Cheney shot a guy in the face, those were the days.

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