When reports emerged that President Trump was greatly irritated that his press secretary, Sean Spicer, had been played by a woman, Melissa McCarthy, on Saturday Night Live, people started pleading with SNL for more. Alec Baldwin has already carved out a role for himself as Trump, Kellyanne Conway is already played by a woman, Kate McKinnon, and nobody really cares enough about Reince Priebus to mock him seriously. But soon, Twitter called for Trump's frequent sparring partner Rosie O'Donnell to take on the role of Trump chief strategist Stephen Bannon (previously played by the Grim Reaper), and O'Donnell promptly volunteered. On Thursday night, she did better than that, as shown in her new Twitter profile picture:
Twitter and Rosie O'Donnell have done their part. Your move, Lorne Michaels.