During the entire 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump was a prime target for comedians, including the satire on "Saturday Night Live." With Trump going through one of his most difficult times of his short presidency, the cast of SNL didn't hold back upon their return.

SNL on Trump

When Donald Trump announced that he was running for president back in June 2015, it was only a matter of time before he became the butt of the joke when it came to late-night comedy. Not long after Trump gained steam on the campaign trail, "Saturday Night Live" tapped actor Alec Baldwin to play the role, which has since received rave reviews.

In addition to Baldwin, Melissa McCarthy has taken on the part of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, and Kate McKinnon has added her impression of Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway. After a week off, "Saturday Night Live" returned to mocking the White House on March 4.

During the show's opening skit, Kate McKinnon mocked Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and doing so as Tom Hank's character of "Forrest Gump." McKinnon trolled Kellyanne Conway over the recent photo of her knelling on a couch in the Oval Office. The satire version of Sessions spoke to various characters at a bus stop bench, hitting the attorney general over his alleged illegal communication with Russia which was revealed in a Washington Post report last week.

"Sessions" didn't stop there, poking fun at the Donald Trump administration for the wide-range of officials who continue to be caught communicating with the Kremlin, including a mock version of Russian President Vladimir Putin stopping at the bus stop.

Octavia Spencer, who hosted the show, reprised her role as "Minnie" from the film "Help," arrived to offer Sessions a special pie, which closed out the segment.

Next up

It's been almost two months since Donald Trump last responded to "Saturday Night Live," which was becoming a running theme following the show. Trump has expressed that he is easily irritated by SNL, most notably in his opposition to Alec Baldwin, who he has labeled as "not funny." In the weeks leading up to the election, the billionaire real estate mogul went as far as calling for the show to be canceled during one of his rants on Twitter. As of press time, Trump has not offered a comment on the latest episode of SNL, and it's unknown if he will release a comment.