Watch Legend Bill Murray As Steve Bannon On SNL

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For the few months in which he worked at the White House, Steve Bannon was portrayed on Saturday Night Live in a way that probably would have suited him just fine, as a cloaked figure in a grim reaper mask looming in the Oval Office. He also plans to sell wrinkled barn jackets called Frumpers for guys and a spring skin care line called Blotch. Magic. Magic. The king maker!

The full cold open can be watched on the SNL app and soon on the Youtube channel of SNL.

Kate McKinnon's Mika Brzezinski asked Bannon what he's doing now since leaving the White House. "The Bannon dynasty is dawning". Murray's Bannon talks about his future plans including a web series on Crackle. "It's called 'Cucks In Cars Getting Coffee, '" he said.

Murray was sat with SNL alum Fred Armisen, who played author Michael Wolff, as two guests for MSNBC's morning show Morning Joe.

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Asked by the "Morning Joe" hosts if his story is truthful, Armisen's Wolff responds: "You read it, right?"

But Murray's Bannon was steadfast that he would one day again return to the political world.

"I never said Don Jr., was treasonous, and I certainly never said he'd crack like an egg on TV", Murray's Bannon chastised Armisen's Wolff, before admitting, "Ok, that does sound like me, thank you, good reporting".

As if that wasn't enough, Leslie Jones popped up next as Oprah Winfrey to discuss her presidential campaign. When asked about her own potential candidacy, she said, "I am a celebrity, so I'm qualified, but I am different from Donald Trump because I'm actually a billionaire". Closing the segment out was a satanical Oprah Winfrey to play off the speculation that she could run for president in 2020. "From New York, it's Saturday night".

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