April 22, 2018

Robert De Niro's Robert Mueller Grills Ben Stiller's Michael Cohen

15 April 2018, 08:18 | Elsie Buchanan

Robert De Niro, Ben Stiller go 'Meet the Parents' on 'SNL' to mock Trump, Cohen

Robert De Niro as Robert Mueller grills Ben Stiller as Trump's lawyer on SNL

Cohen eventually arrives and gives them the full details on why they ought to be anxious after how much stuff federal agents took from him. The real Cohen has filed court papers to try stopping an examination of the evidence seized Monday by arguing it's protected by attorney-client privilege.

Donald Trump had a wild week, beginning with the raid of the offices and residences of his longtime lawyer Michael Cohen, which the president called "a war on our country".

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Cohen is slated to appear in federal court Monday.

The April 14 edition of "Saturday Night Live" kicked off with a cold open that once again took aim [VIDEO] at the Donald Trump administration.

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As the interview got underway, Mueller asked Cohen about everything from Stormy Daniels, to the golden showers tape, to whether he's ever threatened anybody. "Just trying to milk some information out of people", he said. In addition to mock versions of Jeff Sessions and Vice President Mike Pence, Ben Stiller appeared as the president's lawyer Michael Cohen who recently had his office raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in regards to the Stormy Daniels scandal. "I will gladly go to jail to protect Mr. Trump", Stiller said. So what?" What followed was an homage to an exchange familiar to fans of Meet the Parents, as Cohen argued that you can milk a lot of things, including a "cow, or a goat, or a... cat.

The show even got a chance to make a callout to De Niro and Stiller's famous "Can you milk me?" scene in the duo's 2000 comedy "Meet the Parents". "You broke the law and we're going to catch all you little 'fockers, '" he warned.

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