Donald Trump Refused Dirty ‘Saturday Night Live’ Skits To Keep Iowa Votes Amidst Protests From Latino Groups
Donald Trump has rejected some skits at the “Saturday Night Live” on November 7 episode to maintain his poll lead in the state of Iowa.
Trump, “The Apprentice” host and presidential aspirant, told Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly on Friday that he “had to” turn down certain skits for the “SNL” episode because some of them contained too dirty acts.
Trump hosted an episode of “Saturday Night Live” last November 7 and said he was offered to pick some skits for the show.
“There were a couple that were too risqué. Because you know, the poll just came down, I’m leading in Iowa, I want to stay leading in Iowa,” Trump said via CNNMoney report.
The 69-year-old presidential aspirant was alluding to the newest CNN/ORC poll in which it revealed him to be 2 percent ahead (25%) of Ben Carson, 64, who had 23% of support from Republican voters in Iowa.
Despite cancelling some skits, Donald Trump made sure the “Saturday Night Live” episode would still give fun and laughter.
Following the announcement of his appearance as the host of “Saturday Night Live,” a Latino Group reportedly offered a reward of $5,000 to any individual who could disturb Trump in the show.
DeportRacism.com, a group registered with the Federal Election Commission, said they are ready to give the bounty given the disruptor must clearly be heard of saying “Deport Racism” or “Trump is a Racist.”
Besides that, anyone who desired to get the $5,000 bounty must also have his name identified by the media. If it was done in a group, the reward will be divided evenly.
According to DeportRacism.com via CNNMoney, NBC’s invitation for Trump’s appearance in “Saturday Night Live” implied that his insulting and racist statement about Latinos and Mexicans were acceptable.
Donald Trump received backlashes from the Latino community after commenting that “many Mexican immigrants are criminals and rapists.”
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