Melissa McCarthy skewers Sean Spicer in SNL Easter sketch

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Live from New York, Saturday Night Live's cold open brought Alec Baldwin and Jimmy Fallon (along with the Grim Reaper) together for a review of the tumultuous past few months. Spicer donned the fuzzy white bunny suit during his time in the George W. Bush administration.

"Shut up", McCarthy-as-Spicer barks at reporters, tossing the rabbit head aside.

McCarthy, who won recognition, not to mention rave reviews, for her imitation of accuracy-challenged White House press secretary Spicer, was only scheduled to return to SNL in some weeks.

Submit your Newswire tips here. "There is something real special about seeing all the families on the White House lawn....every child is special on this day", Spicer told Politico in 2008. "I know they were called "concentration clubs", she said". Shocking video and images of the man taken by other passengers provoked public outcry and forced the airline's CEO to make a series of increasingly apologetic public statements.

As you'll recall Spicer said that Hitler didn't use chemical weapons despite having used gas chambers as a means to take away the lives millions of people (I don't have the actual numbers on lives taken through the gas chambers). They were all like, "Boo-hoo, what about the Holocaust Centres.' Yeah I know they're not the holocaust centres".

"Spicey finally made a mistake", the parody began, as the sketch then directly addressed his Holocaust remarks, made in an attempt to justify the recent unilateral missile strike on Syria.

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The real Spicer apologized April 12 after comparing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to Adolf Hitler and saying Hitler "didn't even sink to using chemical weapons".

As a relatively unknown assistant USA trade representative for media and public affairs under Bush, Spicer appeared as the bunny several times.

She continued: "I'm particularly sad this happened during Passover or Jewish Easter".

"Jared, Steve, standing before me are my two top advisors, but I only have one photo in my hand", Trump says, turning the decision into an America's Next Top Model elimination ceremony. "Fool me once, shame on me, fool me twice, shame on Jews".

Spicer concluded that Hitler is still the No. 1 worst of all time.

"Happy Easter everybody, and oh by the way, the President is probably gonna bomb North Korea tonight", the spokesperson added as an aside. "And everybody - just eat as much candy as you want, cuz this is probably our last Easter on earth".