'SNL': A tale of three Trumps

Donald Trump's long-awaited hosting and opening monologue on "Saturday Night Live" featured allusions to his past appearances on the show, and more than one Trump impersonator.

"Many of the greats have hosted, as you know, this show," Trump said. "Like me in 2004."

Trump was then flanked by this season's Trump impersonator, Taran Killam, and past Trump impersonator Darrell Hammond, who most famously impersonated President Bill Clinton at the highlight of the Lewinsky scandal in the 1990's.

"Isn't he doing fantastic? I've got to say you're doing a great job," Killam's Trump said. "In fact, I think this show just got better by about two billion percent."

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