The 58-year old has gone back on his word to reprise his parody of the president elect, this time sending up the billionaire's first public press conference since taking the election.
Veteran Aussie actor Paul Hogan has gone on the offensive concerning the president elect as he celebrates the 30th anniversary of the iconic action adventure film.
Going back on his word to say he would never portray the billionaire again, reality is stranger than fiction as the actor sends up the President Elect on the skit show.
Chappelle and Rock link up on the skit show to send up the liberals living in their bubble following Trump's stunning win, all with a great monologue.
The actor used his appearance on the Saturday Night Live stage to poke fun at his beloved director as Inferno hits cinemas
The Sully star took some time to poke fun at the election figures at the New York skit show as the polls draw ever closer
The 58-year old is having a lot of fun at the Donald's expense, drawing parallels between his awkward body language and the bloodthirsty Steven Spielberg character from the sea.
The two veteran actors have taken different approaches to the same task - taking down the Republican presidential nominee