As Donald Trump celebrates his one-year anniversary as President of the United States, he's dealing with a government shutdown, infighting with his own Republican Party, the results of his recent physical exam, and rumors of infidelity. In response, "Saturday Night Live" made sure to target the commander in chief.

"SNL" on Trump

Ever since Donald Trump rode his momentum to a Republican primary victory, he's been a target on "Saturday Night Live." It all started following his first debate with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton when "SNL" hired veteran actor Alec Baldwin to play the satirical role of the former host of "The Apprentice." Baldwin received rave reviews, as "Saturday Night Live" reached record ratings, much to the chagrin of Trump and his supporters.

It became common place for Trump to lash out at the sketch comedy show on Twitter, calling on "SNL" to be pulled off the air, while declaring Baldwin as "not funny." Fast forward to present day and "SNL" is still riding hide in their mockery of the administration, taking aim at not only the president, but also members of his family and administration. Following a week that was dominated by the president's alleged affair with an adult film star, the government shutdown, and the Women's March, "Saturday Night Live" didn't hold back [VIDEO]during their January 20 episode.

Kicking off the show with their routine cold-open, Donald Trump was once again put on blast with a mock version of a press briefing with Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

After giving a shout out to the Women's March, Sanders turned her attention to the government shutdown. "He's been consistent that it must be a solid physical wall, with some parts see through and some parts fence. And some parts empty spaces that just operate on the honor system. And it will be paid for by Mexico with American taxpayer money," she said. "If you wanna blame someone for the shutdown, blame Chuck Schumer. Hashtag ;SchumerShutdown,; lets get it trending," the mock Sanders added.

The satirical Sarah Huckabee Sanders then introduced a mock Dr. Ronny Jackson to recreate the White House doctor's press brief from earlier in the week. After praising Trump for his physical, Jackson said, "He's got a size 12 shoe, so you can fill in the blanks there." "In my expert medical opinion, the president's got a rockin' bod, with the perfect amount of cushion for the pishin, and if given the chance, I would," he added.

"This hunk is healthy enough to be president for another 10 or 20 years," the doctor said.

"Did the president mention anything about his sexual encounter with the porn star Stormy Daniels," Pete Davidson asked. After getting push back from Sanders, the mock Ronny Jackson replied, "at his request, we gave him a sex exam and he blew the doors off that sucker. He nailed every position."

Moving forward

While Donald Trump continues to be the source of much humor across TV, the president has more serious issues to worry about. As the country waits to see when the government will be reopened, Trump has kicked off his second year in the White House with an approval rating of just 35 percent.