"Saturday Night Live's" Colin Jost took aim at what he called the "crazier" moments from President TrumpDonald TrumpUS gives examples of possible sanctions relief to Iran GOP lawmaker demands review over FBI saying baseball shooting was 'suicide by cop' House passes bill aimed at stopping future Trump travel ban MORE's two-hour speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) during the sketch comedy show's latest "Weekend Update" segment.

"It started with Trump coming out and hugging the American flag like Lenny from 'Of Mice and Men,' " Jost said, referring to a moment in which Trump hugged an American flag on the CPAC stage.

"What the hell was that?" he asked.


"Then after that patriotic 'Me Too' moment, it somehow got crazier from there," Jost continued, showing a montage of clips from the president's speech. 

Trump during his remarks attacked Democrats over socialism, defended his move to declare a national emergency to fund a border wall and declared that he would take executive action to guarantee free speech on college campuses. 

"SNL" also showed a clip of Trump mocking former Attorney General Jeff SessionsJefferson (Jeff) Beauregard SessionsDOJ to probe Minneapolis police Garland rescinds Trump-era memo curtailing consent decrees Biden picks vocal Trump critics to lead immigration agencies MORE's Southern accent.

Another features Trump telling the audience why he chose to travel to Iraq in December, saying that he was in "the White House and I was lonely."

"I'm going to regret this speech," Trump said at one point. 

Jost concluded the segment by saying that at least the president is "self-aware." 

"Anyway, if you’re curious, Trump’s handling the [Michael] Cohen testimony really well," he said, referring to congressional testimony last week by the president's former personal lawyer. 

Trump gave one of the longest speeches of his presidency during the final day of CPAC. Among other things, Trump told attendees they were “reclaiming our nation’s priceless heritage, reversing decades of blunders and betrayals by the failed ruling class."

"America is respected again, and the world knows it,” he added.