Alec Baldwin's Trump (right) appeared in the cold open at a televised bipartisan meeting about gun violence, flanked by parodies of Vice President Mike Pence and Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein.The Trump character said of the departure of White House Communications Director Hope Hicks this week: 'I hate seeing her go, but I love seeing her walk away.' He added that 'Jared Kushner is hottest chick left in the place - but he's probably going to jail soon.' Later in the episode, during Weekend Update, Cecily Strong (left) returned to portray Hicks, saying: 'I'm going to miss all my friends from my semester abroad at the White House.' President Donald Trump said the United States will be meeting with North Korea during a joke-filled monologue at a dinner with journalists.The animation appeared to show the coastal area including Tampa, St Petersburg and Clearwater.Tampa is home to a US military command centre and has long been considered a prime target.Autocar BBC News Birmingham mail Breaking Bristol Post Buzz Feed Cambridge News Caught Offside Celebs Now Channel 4Chronicle Live City A. Because President Putin is definitely thinking it after he unveiled his new weapons arsenal with a spectacular side-serving of sass aimed at President Trump and the US.
It’s called “locker room talk.”Because of those lies, girls got bad reputations.'So many people have been leaving the White House,' Trump said of recent staff turnover. There were no reports of domestic violence between the couple and cops were never called to the home before. ' Other high profile attendees of the dinner included Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and his wife Louise Linton (right). Cops were sent to the house (bottom) after his estranged wife, Heidi (inset), got concerned that she hadn't heard from them in a few days."To drive home his point, Putin spoke as a video showed multiple nuclear warheads streaking through space before showering down on what appears to be the outline of the state of Florida." MORE: Russian ' Paris Hilton' runs against Putin even went so far as to invite comment from Tampa mayor, Bob Buckhorn, who said he is not worried about his city being singled out."It's unfortunate that Mr Putin chose to include Tampa Bay in his threat but at this point we'll write it off as overheated rhetoric designed to prop up his failing regime," he said.Learn more, including about available controls: Cookies Policy.It is human nature to be curious about the opposite sex.Putin stunned the world on Thursday when he used his state of the union speech ahead of the March 18 elections to unveil "invincible" hypersonic weapons and submarines.The Kremlin denied sparking a new arms race or violating weapons treaties with the developments.Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov denied a map of Florida was used, saying "I did not see it"."No maps were used there, these are absolutely symbolic contours, there is not any tie-up to any concrete country." "Russia is not going to attack anyone, and these weapons do not present a danger to anyone who is not hatching plans to attack our country," he said.