On last week's "Saturday Night Live," the show made headlines with a hilarious, spot-on campaign ad spoof that showed "Racists for Trump." The March 12 episode kept the theme going, as Trump (Darrell Hammond) received an endorsement from Ben Carson (Jay Pharoah) -- who was then beaten up by racist Trump supporters.
The sketch brought added hilarity thanks to Larry David, returning once again to play Bernie Sanders. In the faux-CNN cold open, David's Sanders launches into a rant about Florida and is then caught in his pajamas.
"Who wants to spend time in Florida?" Sanders says of an upcoming primary state. "The only reason you go to Florida is when your sister calls and says "Mom's dead; we have to go to Florida."
Spoofing Carson's real-life endorsement of Trump, the sketch then cuts to a Trump rally where Carson has been attacked -- and is holding a Trump steak to his head. "Guys, what did I say?" Trump screams to his supporters. "Not this one! This is one of the good ones!"
Later, Carson insists that Trump isn't racist by listing the billionaire's black friends: "Omarosa, Dennis Rodman, Mike Tyson."
"The list ends," says Trump.