After a spate of guest appearances mocking White House press secretary Sean Spicer in recent weeks, she was back on Saturday's edition of the NBC satire show to preside as host in what turned out to be SNL's most-watched May telecast in seven years.
Spicer then cranked up his motorized podium and hit the road in New York to confront Trump and find out if the president has, in fact, been feeding him lies.
Spicer asked Trump -- played once again by Alec Baldwin -- after tracking him down.
Then they kissed and made up, literally, with Trump and Spicer locked in a tight embrace.
The show opened with Baldwin's Trump being interviewed by NBC News' Lester Holt -- played by cast member Michael Che.