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Michael Avenatti slams Pete Davidson’s SNL impression in Trump-style tweet

Michael Avenatti slams Pete Davidson’s ‘mediocre’ impression of him with tweet in Trump’s Twitter voice saying: ‘Nothing funny about tired Saturday Night Live on Fake News NBC’

  • Michael Avenatti shared a tongue-in-cheek tweet about Pete Davidson’s impression of him on SNL’s cold open on Saturday 
  • In the open entitled ‘Days of Our Impeachment’  Davidson portrayed Avenatti as an irrelevant lawyer rambling on about the Stormy Daniels affair
  • After the show aired Avenatti bashed the show in what appears to be a caricature of Donald Trump’s tweeting style
  • ‘Nothing funny about tired Saturday Night Live on Fake News NBC!’ he said
  • He then slammed Pete Davidson as a ‘total loser’ with a ‘dying mediocre career’ 

Michael Avenatti shared a tongue-in-cheek tweet bashing his portrayal on Saturday Night Live, echoing the tweeting style of President Donald Trump.

In this week’s cold open entitled ‘Days of Our Impeachment’ the cast of SNL spun the House Impeachment hearings into a soap opera where Avenatti, played by comedian Pete Davidson, made a surprise appearance and tried revive the Stormy Daniels affair scandal. 

The sketched poked fun at how people seem to forget about him. 

After the show aired Avenatti shared his tweet slamming the show, in what appeared to be a caricature of President Donald Trump’s tweeting style. 

‘Nothing funny about tired Saturday Night Live on Fake News NBC! Question is, how does that total loser Pete Davidson save his dieing mediocre career by playing me and get away with these total Democratic hit jobs without retribution? This is the real quid pro quo. Investigate!!!’ he tweeted. 

Michael Avenatti shared a tongue-in-cheek tweet bashing his portrayal on Saturday Night Live, echoing the tweeting style of President Donald Trump. In Sunday’s episode Davidson portrayed Avenatti (above) during the skit about the House Impeachment Inquiry

In the open entitled 'Days of Our Impeachment' Davidson portrayed Avenatti as an irrelevant lawyer rambling on about the Stormy Daniels affair

In the open entitled ‘Days of Our Impeachment’ Davidson portrayed Avenatti as an irrelevant lawyer rambling on about the Stormy Daniels affair

 

In the skin, Davidson acting as Avenatti stumbles into the Impeachment Inquiry in the House declaring: ‘I’ve got a bombshell that will change everything! The president had an affair!’ 

‘That story line was from like last season,’ John Hamm, playing Diplomat Bill Taylor, says. 

‘We know. No one seems to care,’ Cecile Strong, playing Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, echoes. 

Avenatti then tries again saying, ‘The affair was with a porn star!’

‘Fine I’ll go, but you haven’t seen the last of me…Who am I playing again,’ Davidson says, referencing a recent Jeopardy! episode in which none of the contestants could correctly answer the question ‘Who is Avenatti?’ 

After the show aired Avenatti bashed the show in what appears to be a caricature of Donald Trump's tweeting style where he slammed Pete Davidson as a 'total loser' with a 'dying mediocre career'

Pete Davidson

After the show aired Avenatti bashed the show in what appears to be a caricature of Donald Trump’s tweeting style where he slammed Pete Davidson as a ‘total loser’ with a ‘dying mediocre career’

Avenatti shared this tweet, written in Trump's Twitter voice, saying 'Nothing funny about tired Saturday Night Live on Fake News NBC!'

Avenatti shared this tweet, written in Trump’s Twitter voice, saying ‘Nothing funny about tired Saturday Night Live on Fake News NBC!’

Avenatti’s bit closed out with him looking into the camera and announcing his name: ‘Michael Avocado’. 

The 48-year-old lawyer is outspoken critic of President Trump and often posts tweets criticizing him. 

After his tweet went viral Avenatti followed up with a second tweet bashing the president.  

‘When Trump supporters see or hear the words “tongue in cheek” on Fox News, they think it refers to Trump making out with another porn star,’ he said.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk



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