Tina Fey reprised her role as Sarah Palin in the season finale of “Saturday Night Live,” offering advice for President TrumpDonald John TrumpMost Americans break with Trump on Ukraine, but just 45 percent think he should be removed: poll Judge orders Democrats to give notice if they request Trump's NY tax returns Trump's doctor issues letter addressing 'speculation' about visit to Walter Reed MORE’s staffers.

“It’s me … the ghost of Sarah Palin,” Fey said. “No, I’m just kidding. I’m still alive. But you had to think about it, didn’t you?

“I was the first female on a Republican presidential ticket and now I get paid to tweet for Bass Pro Shops." 

“Take it from me, politics is a wild ride. One minute you’re on top and then you’re gone in the blink of a Scaramucci,” she added, referring to former communications director Anthony ScaramucciAnthony ScaramucciScaramucci: Trump sees Bloomberg as threat Scaramucci: Trump will be gone by March 2020 Scaramucci hits back after Bullock solicited personal message of praise MORE.

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She then told presidential staffers to "enjoy your moment."

“Who knows how long it’ll last.” she added.

Fey’s Palin was then joined by Aidy Bryant as White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Kate McKinnon as presidential counselor Kellyanne ConwayKellyanne Elizabeth ConwayConway and Haley get into heated feud: 'You'll say anything to get the vice-presidential nomination' NBC signs Mueller 'pit bull' prosecutor Andrew Weissman as legal analyst George Conway and Trump Jr. trade personal insults during impeachment hearing MORE, Fred Armisen as author Michael Wolff, Cecily Strong as adult-film star Stormy Daniels, John Goodman as former Secretary of State Rex TillersonRex Wayne TillersonNikki Haley fires the first shot in the GOP's post-Trump war State Dept. watchdog: Official's firing was case of political retaliation Steve Schmidt: 'Overwhelming chance that Trump will dump Pence' for Haley MORE and Leslie Jones as former aide Omarosa Manigault NewmanOmarosa Onee Manigault NewmanAuthor of anonymous 'resistance' NYT op-ed to publish book Juan Williams: Black Republicans call out Trump — finally — on race Michael Cohen denies Omarosa advising him in prison MORE, who all sang variations of “What I did for Trump.”

Watch the sketch in the video player above.