After yet another week of controversy in Washington, Donald Trump had a lot to say after returning from his 12-day foreign trip through Asia. As the president made headlines, it didn't take long before the cast of "Saturday Night Live" went to work by pointing out a story Trump decided to ignore.

"SNL" on Trump

It all started back in the summer of 2015 when Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president on the floor of Trump Tower in New York City. While the initial reaction to Trump's campaign was met with humor, he quickly vaulted ahead of his 16 opponents in the Republican primary and was eventually named the GOP nominee.

Once the match up was set between the former host of "The Apprentice" and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, comedy shows and late night TV had a field day with the idea of a potential Trump presidency. For "Saturday Night Live," the producers hired veteran actor Alec Baldwin to play a satirical version of the president, which quickly gained steam and brought the show its highest ratings in years. In response, Trump wasn't pleased and took time to lash out on Twitter on more than one occasion, calling on the show to be canceled and criticizing Baldwin's performance. Since his election win over Clinton last November, Trump has remained quiet in regards to "SNL," but that hasn't stopped the sketch comedy show from carrying on with their business.

As seen during the November 18 edition of "SNL," the administration was once again a top target.

Kicking off the cold open for "Saturday Night Live," a segment titled "The Mueller Files" took place which reenacted a mock version of what might have taken place between Donald Trump's children meeting with Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

A satirical version of Donald Trump Jr. was shown meeting with Assange, played by Kate Mckinnon, who was decked out in full gear. The skit was in reference to a story that broke earlier in the week revealing WikiLeaks being in contact with Trump Jr. during the 2016 election.

"I want dirt on Hillary," the mock Donald Trump Jr.

said. "You're in luck," Kate McKinnon replied, as a satirical Eric Trump joined. "What I want, Mr. Trump Jr., is to be cleared of all espionage charges," McKinnon noted. "I assure you that you're efforts will be rewarded," Donald Jr. said, while adding, "my father will never sell you out." "What about Chris Christie?" Eric wondered, while being played off as the goofy brother. The humorous segment came to a close as the Russian investigation continued.

Next up

While "Saturday Night Live" and other comedy shows continue to poke fun at Donald Trump and the White House, the president has many other issues to face. As the Republican Party faces issues like the Roy Moore scandal and the future of health care and tax reform, only time will tell how it all plays out.