8:51pm PT by Ryan Gajewski
'SNL': Donald Trump Heckled by Larry David as "Racist" During Monologue
Donald Trump got visited by some familiar faces — and one very famous heckler.
The presidential candidate hosted Saturday Night Live this weekend, where he was joined during his monologue by versions of himself, as played by the show's Taran Killam and Darrell Hammond.
"They don't have my talent, my money or especially my good looks," Trump said about his doppelgangers.
During the segment, the real-life Larry David shouted "You're a racist" at Trump.
When Trump asked what he was doing, David — who appeared in the episode's cold open as Bernie Sanders — replied, "I heard if I yelled that, they'd give me five thousand dollars."
This is a reference to Latino group Deport Racism having offered $5,000 to any audience members who heckled Trump. After the segment aired, the group tweeted that it would indeed give the $5,000 reward to David.
Numerous advocacy groups had protested NBC's selection of Trump as host, given his previous comments about immigrants.
David returned to play Sanders in the episode's cold open, lampooning Friday's MSNBC Democratic presidential candidate forum.
"Of course I hate you," Sanders told Rachel Maddow (Cecily Strong). "I hate everyone."
Trump took part in a parody of Drake's much-maligned "Hotline Bling" music video, playing a "tax guy" with questionable dance moves.
"You used to call me on the cellphone," Trump sang while cutting a rug.
The real estate mogul introduced a segment in which his scathing live-tweeting supposedly critiqued a sketch about a misguided pair of restaurateurs.
"He's been nice all week — I know he likes me," Killam said mistakenly amid the negative feedback.
One sketch entitled "Bad Girls" featured women playing by their own rules.
When her character's husband tells her they already have ice cream in their grocery cart, Vanessa Bayer replies about the extra dessert, "OK, I'll just put it back, right here — by the bread."
Deport Racism's tweet is below.