The pair appeared on Saturday night's show, hosted by actress Melissa McCarthy.
"The only Russian thing is my dolly", Spicey says, holding the biggest doll, President Trump.
Meanwhile, Trump has continued to defend his decision to fire the Federal Bureau of Investigation director, saying it was his decision entirely, in an interview last week with NBC's Lester Holt. Trump and his staffers have refused to explain those remarks, and they became part of the political cloud that has overshadowed the White House ever since Comey was sacked as FBI Director. But I get two scoops, OK? That's followed by "James Comey" as Jake the Dog from Cartoon Network's Adventure Time. McCarthy asked, to which Reynolds said in a deadpan tone, "You invited us".
The sketch included "Spicer" attacking reporters with fire extinguishers and even structures of the White House itself before the reporters asked if Trump is lying to Spicer. Driven to ease his insecurity, the press secretary leaves the briefing in search of his boss. His journey ends at a NY golf course where he asks Baldwin-as-Trump: "Have you ever told me to say things that aren't true?" Reynolds replied, "You invited us". As she recalls, "Well, once I heard "motorized podium" and 'jewelry, ' I said, 'Can he also be wearing a shoe?'"
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Trump answers: "I'm famous".
The show began with Alec Baldwin reprising his piercing impersonation of President Donald Trump.
Spicer did not make any on-camera appearances on Tuesday, but The Post reported that Spicer at one point spent several minutes "hidden in the darkness and among bushes" outside the White House while deputy press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway made TV appearances.
"Have you ever told me to say things that aren't true?"