NBC's 'Saturday Night Live" took a shot at Donald Trump's Super Tuesday press conference where Gov. Chris Christie stood behind him, diversity in Hillary Clinton's audiences, and Mitt Romney's anti-Trump speech.
"I really am running the best campaign aren't I?," SNL's Donald Trump, portrayed by veteran comic Darrell Hammond, said. "The media is saying they haven't seen anything like this? Not Since Germany in the 1930s."
"I mean, everyone loves me. Racists. Ugly racists. People who didn't even know they were racists... As I was saying, everyone loves me. I even have this fat piece of crap (Gov. Chris Christie) behind me now," SNL's Trump said, mocking Trump's press conference given after Saturday Tuesday.
Christie endorsed Trump prior to the Super Tuesday primaries and stood behind the candidate during the press conference he held following those victories, however Christie did not stand behind Trump at tonight's press conference.
Christie was treated as a slave for Trump answering everything with the following response: "Yes, sir. Thank you, sir. Please, sir, may I have another?"
"I mean, he really is a sad, desperate little potato back there. Aren't you Chris?" Trump said. Christie gave the response: "Yes, sir. Thank you, sir. Please, sir, may I have another?"
"Also, P.S., America, I have a great, big, huge dick," SNL's Trump ended his press conference.
SNL's cold open also hit Hillary Clinton for "bringing 10 people and 1 Muslim" to stand behind her on stage.
The segment finished with SNL's Mitt Romney trying to convince Trump voters to ditch the candidate.
"I gave the most aggressive, passionate, well measured anti-Trump speech I could," Romney said.
"And do you think you changed the minds of any Trump supporters," CNN's Jake Tapper, portrayed by an SNL cast mate, asked Romney.
"I do not," Romney admitted.
"Do you think any Trump supporters even watched," the anchor asked.
"Not on purpose, no," Romney replied.