SNL: Robert Mueller Can't Commit to Collusion in The Bachelor Spoof

SNL: Robert Mueller Can't Commit to Collusion in The Bachelor Spoof

SNL: Robert Mueller Can't Commit to Collusion in The Bachelor Spoof

"So. What, you don't have Trump on collusion?"

Becca is despondent over the news, and in a conversation full of drama and romantic undertones, Mueller tries to console her by saying he might have a stronger case by pursuing other stuff, though he can't "commit" to collusion.

"Honestly, probably six", says Mueller.

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Nervous and awkward, he tells Becca that he's not sure how to begin the conversation, before mumbling that, "The reality is that, um, I don't think that I can give you everything that you want right now, you know, and I think you sense that".

The reality television show "The Bachelor" ended earlier this week with the season's bachelor, Arie Luyendyk Jr., proposing and subsequently breaking up with the contestant Becca Kufrin.

The skit alludes to Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into allegations Trump colluded with Russian Federation to win the 2016 presidential, and may have obstructed justice by actions including the firing of FBI director James Comey. "I mean it would be Pence".

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"This is f-ing embarrassing", Strong's Becca said.

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After Becca reminds Mueller that "collusion is literally the only thing I've been looking forward to in the past year", Mueller says he understands but that he's helpless, prompting Becca to storm out of the room in tears. But the late-night show has been trying to find other ways to skewer the administration, mainly by focusing on others in Trump World. On SNL, it's about the United States government: "This Is U.S". Except without the laughing. "Bring back Darrell Hammond, funnier and a far greater talent!" And then he played the president during the show's cold open the following day.

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