Bachelor 'Robert Mueller' Can't Commit To Trump Collusion In Heartbreaking 'SNL'

Mueller breaks up with collusion probe in 'SNL' parody of 'The Bachelor' finale

SNL's Robert Mueller breaks up with Trump collusion probe in 'The Bachelor' spoof

Kate McKinnon did double duty in Saturday Night Live's cold open this week reprising her portrayal of White House Special Council Robert Mueller while also playing him as "The Bachelor" in what might be the most hard breakup ever. "I'm excited to see him".

McKinnon is Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who is just about to jilt his love interest in the worst possible way.

"How do I start this conversation? I was ready to do the whole damn thing". The "Seychelles were fantastic ... but I keep thinking about obstruction".

"So what, you don't have Trump on collusion?" she replied.

"Um, I think I need to explore the possibility that I might have a stronger case with some other stuff", Mueller sheepishly replied. "Everything that happened in the Seychelles, that means nothing?"

"The reality is that I don't think I can give you everything that you want right now", McKinnon said. Becca asked Mueller. "I let my walls down for you, so I have to wait two more years until he's out of office?"

"This is so fucking embarrassing", Strong says. "He's just going to be president?" Strong, emerging from the bathroom after crying, asks.

"Baby, I'm scared", he says to his wife.

Stormy Daniels, the adult film star who said this week that she's free to talk about her alleged affair with Trump because he never signed their settlement agreement, also came up during the cold open.

"I honestly, I just don't know how to answer that", Mueller said.

She then asked Mueller what everyone in America has been thinking.

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