Members of the cast have shared their thoughts, and the show has gone on to mock the president every week since he debated Hillary Clinton.
But here we are, and SNL's Pete Davidson swears "on his life" that Trump faked a phone call during a table read while rehearsing for a 2015 episode of the long-running weekly sketch show and it sounds totally plausible and very Trumpian.
"He goes, "Hello, ' he goes, 'Oh, fantastic, okay, great", and he hung up", Davidson said.
At this point, the studio breaks out in laughter as host Peter Rosenberg incredulously says "That did not happen".
He then launched into an impression of him faking a call. "And we're all like, 'Yo, that phone didn't ring'". All time greatest. Huge!
In all seriousness, it's a freaky story, sure, but one that could absolutely be true when you consider the never-ending avalanche of weirdness that perpetually surrounds the White House.
"Then he goes 'Hey everybody, my book just went number one'".
Davidson pointed out the phone never actually rung, and that the bloke didn't even leave enough time between picking the phone up and responding to actually hear the "news" his book topped a list. "My book went No. 1 everybody!"'
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