How far is "Saturday Night Live" going to go with the taunting of Donald Trump, the president of this nation? Bringing on Stormy Daniels and giving her a line that is not only degrading but disturbing to hear was last night's contribution to the hosing of Trump from this popular Saturday night venue.

It appears they may have upped that ante on degrading Trump, which comes on the heels of last week's uproar over the treatment of President on "Saturday Night Live." According to People Magazine, Rob Schneider, who is a former cast member of the "SNL" show, finds it "hard to watch" today.

Gone too far

Schneider believes they are overdoing it when it comes to chastizing Trump under the umbrella of comedy. In the past, part of the fun about the political jokes coming from "SNL" was that you never really knew which way they leaned politically. Today, there is no question about that. You can see last night's skit in the video below.

There's no surprise, you know which way Alec Baldwin's skit is going, which wasn't the case in the past when political jokes were played out. Today all surprise is gone.

Here she is again

Last night (May 5), "SNL" actually had the real-life Stormy Daniels on the show. The former adult industry movie actress who claims she had a one-night stand with Trump over a decade ago.

That claim, which has been denied by Trump, has brought much new fame to Stormy, who seems to be available for just about any venue these days while riding on the coattails of her allegations.

Lampooning the president

The skit that Stormy appeared in last night showed her "lampooning the president," according to the BBC News.

She is seen on the phone talking to the fake Trump, played by Baldwin. She mocks the president while having that conversation by saying "I know you don't believe in climate change but a storm's a coming baby."

Requests Trump resigns

The skit goes on with Stormy requesting the president's resignation.

She also alludes to her adult film roles and at one point, Alec Baldwin, who is in character as Trump, asks what she is wearing while on the other end of the phone. This was seen as "disgusting" by some people who happened to catch the clip. One of the many Twitter comments is seen below.

Playing it for all it is worth?

What is wrong with this picture? Stormy Daniels is in an active legal battle, and usually, a lawyer will suggest their client lay low on the subject matter. But Stormy seems to be doing the opposite. Will the court see Ms. Daniels and all the new found fame as self-serving?

Will the court see her as making a mockery out of the office of the president of the United States as well as the legal system?

15 minutes of fame

The American Thinker suggests Stormy's 15-minutes of fame are just about over. But just when you think she's played it to the max, she pops up again.