With another week in the books for White House, it was only a matter of time before the drama and scandal was seen through the eyes of comedy. In the latest edition of "Saturday Night Live," the Trump administration was taken to task and compared to the classic TV show "The Sopranos."

"SNL" on Trump

From the early days of Donald Trump's campaign for president, comedians often poked fun at the former host of "The Apprentice" due to his controversial approach to playing politics.

Following his win in the primary, Trump matched up with Hillary Clinton in the general election, prompting "Saturday Night Live" to hire veteran actor Alec Baldwin to play the satirical role of billionaire real estate mogul. Since then, Trump has lashed out at "SNL" and Baldwin, though he's remained mostly quiet over the last year, while the show has only seen it's ratings increase. Fast forward to present day and the Trump administration's latest troubles were highlighted during the season finale of "SNL."

Kicking off the May 19 edition of "Saturday Night Live" with the show's routine cold open, Alec Baldwin walked into a restaurant as his version of Donald Trump.

Baldwin's Trump is seen sitting at a booth in a diner waiting for a few friends while playing "Small Town Girl" by Journey on the jukebox, mimicking the finale scene of the hit TV show "The Sopranos." A mock Rudy Giuliani played by Kate McKinnon was then shown coming through the door and joining Baldwin at the booth.

Next up was Ben Stiller, playing the role of Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, who also joined the group.

The three spoke about the possibility of going to jail over the Russian investigation, before being joined by Donald Jr., while Eric Trump was playing off the final scene of "The Sopranos" by struggling to parallel park like Tony Soprano's daughter. As the group spoke about the Russian investigation, Robert De Niro walked though the door as Robert Mueller, who sat at a nearby table, before circling the booth and distracting Trump.

The segment then came to a close with the famous "Live from New York, it's Saturday night!"

Moving forward

As "Saturday Night Live" continues on with their mockery of Donald Trump and his administration, with ratings remaining strong, the White House is facing more important issues. In addition to the recent withdrawal of the Iran deal, and his upcoming meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Trump is also dealing with the constant reminder of the Stormy Daniels and Michael Cohen scandal, as well as the Russian investigation that doesn't look to be ending anytime soon.