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Saturday Night Live turned Donald Trump into Tony Soprano last night – in a scene with some serious star power.

The NBC show opened with Alec Baldwin's President sitting alone in a New Jersey diner. He put Don't Stop Believin' on the jukebox before being met by associates including Kate McKinnon's Rudy Giuliani, Ben Stiller's Michael Cohen and Mikey Day's Donald Trump Jr.

The scene was a parody of one from the series finale of HBO's The Sopranos, when mobster Tony meets his family for dinner.

Robert De Niro then entered as investigator Robert Mueller, giving Trump a quiet stare that leaves the President terrified,

Last night's SNL was the last in the current series.

Donald Trump as Tony Soprano

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