Will Ferrell’s George W. Bush bashes Donald Trump on SNL

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Will Ferrell reprised his role as George W. Bush on last night’s Saturday Night Live, and he says he doesn’t seem so bad now that Donald Trump is president.

You know… I think he’s got a point!

Last night, the legendary Will Ferrell returned to Saturday Night Live to host the show. Kicking off the program, he appeared as one of his greatest characters from this time on SNL. That’s right, sitting behind a presidential desk, Ferrell once again became George W. Bush to talk about what’s been going on in the United States under the presidency of Donald Trump.

Ferrell’s Bush talks about what’s going on in the news, notably that his approval rating is not at an all time high. That’s because, in comparison to Donald Trump, Bush isn’t looking quite so bad these days. “At this rate, I might end up on Mount Rushmore, right next to Washington, Lincoln, and I wanna say Kensington,” Bush goes on. It’s getting to the point where some Americans are even saying they wish Bush were still president now.

With that being said, the former president is weighing in to remind everyone how bad he was, too. Needless to say, the studio audience is quick to agree with him. “Please don’t look back at my presidency and think, ‘This is how we do it,” Bush adds while singing and dancing. He adds, “Don’t forget, we’re still in two different wars that I started!”

You can watch the full bit in the YouTube video below.

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New episodes of Saturday Night Live air Saturday nights on NBC at 11:30 pm EST.