Robert DeNiro's Mueller Scorches 'Focker' Michael Cohen (Ben Stiller) On 'SNL'

Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller star in SNL skit featuring Trump lawyer Michael Cohen

Robert De Niro as Robert Mueller grills Ben Stiller as Trump's lawyer on SNL

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Robert De Niro and Ben Stiller staged a surprise Meet the Parents reunion on Saturday Night Live this weekend - but with a political spin.

"Ish", says Stiller. As for threatening people as part of his work, "Cohen" admits: "Let's just say I cut a lot of letters out of a lot of magazines".

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De Niro made his appearance halfway through, hooking Stiller's Cohen up to a polygraph.

Stiller, as Cohen, tried desperately to wiggle his way out of a lie detector test, fearing he would inadvertently reveal that his boss knew about the hush money. "I'll start with some easy ones: How'd you like that pee pee tape?"

Saturday Night Live got it all into the sketch-along with some classic lines. De Niro asks. "Just kidding! You can milk anything with nipples", the satirical Cohen answered. "I will gladly go to jail to protect Mr. Trump", Stiller said.

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At one point Cohen's admission that he was trying to "milk information" led to a reprisal of another "Parents" moment, the actors' exchange over whether a cat could be milked. There was the Stormy Daniels bribe, James Comey's tell-all, and the raid of Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen's offices by Special Counselor Robert Mueller.

Then Mueller takes off the gloves: "You listen to me, you little weasel: You broke the law and now we're going to catch all you little Fockers, you got that?"

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