Saturday Night Live has a rep of mocking Donald Trump and his questionable decision making. Although it’s typically Alec Baldwin throwing the punches, Bryan Cranston is making a comeback. Not as himself, but as Walter White, the high school chemistry teacher from Breaking Bad. Only this time, he hopes to be head of Trump’s DEA. Be sure to check out Walter White’s epic return to “SNL” in the video below.
Walter White: Make America cook again
If you watched Breaking Bad, you’ll remember Walter White as not just a high school chemistry teacher, but also a meth dealer.
Now, Bryan Cranston is back on screen and wants to be head of Trump’s DEA.
During the clip from Saturday Night Live, Beck Bennett as Jake Tapper announces that a high school teacher from Mexico has been chosen as head of Trump’s DEA.
After Kate McKinnon as Kellyanne Calloway (Trump’s campaign manager) mentions that Steve Bannon recommended White, Jake asks how Bannon found him and if he knows anything about the DEA.
Apparently, White House chief advisor Steve Bannon tracked Walter down in the comments section of Breitbart. Although White’s specialty is teaching, he says he knows all about the DEA,
Trust me, I know the DEA better than anyone, inside and out.
Furthermore, he admits he’s never met Trump but likes his style. In fact, that’s not the only thing,
I also like that wall he wants to build. Nothing comes in from Mexico, meaning a lot less competition for the rest of us.
There’s one thing, in particular, that Walter White agrees with Trump about the most: it’s time to make America cook again.
Don’t forget to check out Bryan Cranston mocking Trump’s cabinet picks in the video below.