If Alec Baldwin's uncanny ability to transform into Donald Trump leaves you reeling with laughter while watching Saturday Night Live, you'll do a double take when you see his mind-boggling Bill O'Reilly impression.

The actor appeared on NBC's hit sketch show on April 8, where he pulled double duty as both the controversial Fox News talking head and the controversial president during a skit that lampooned the conservative spin machine that is The O'Reilly Factor.

In the SNL sketch, Baldwin-as-O'Reilly thanked Baldwin-as-Trump for coming to his defense in the midst of a high-profile sexual misconduct scandal, even though "no one asked [him] to," while Baldwin's out of touch Trump explained that he had "a hunch, just a loose hunch" that O'Reilly was innocent.

After all, if there's anything a powerful man who's been accused of sexually harassing multiple women needs it's the glowing endorsement of another powerful man who's been accused of sexually harassing multiple women.

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On April 1, The New York Times reported that five women who had either worked or appeared on O'Reilly's program had come forward with allegations of sexual misconduct against the host, and that both Fox News and O'Reilly had paid a collective $13 million to avoid legal action.

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