'SNL' mocks group who offered $5K to audience members willing to call Trump a racist

An anti-Donald Trump immigrant activist group quickly became the butt of the joke Saturday during an episode of NBC's "Saturday Night Live" hosted by the Republican presidential candidate himself.

The nonprofit group Deport Racism, who claims its mission is to combat "anti-Latino and anti-immigrant racism" in the current election cycle, offered a $5,000 bounty ahead of Trump's appearance on the late-night comedy program to any live audience member who shouted "Trump is a racist" during the show's taping.

Sure enough, the accusation made it into Saturday night's episode.

Long-time comedian Larry David, who delivered an uncanny impression of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders during Trump's first skit, during which he shouted "he's a racist" from off camera in a humorous attempt to steal Trump's spotlight.

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