The cast of NBC's "Saturday Night Live" opened the sketch comedy show's season finale by taking digs at numerous politicians and celebrities in a sing-along to Queen's "Don't Stop Me Now."

Actor Alec Baldwin opened the segment by impersonating President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump's newest Russia adviser, Andrew Peek, leaves post: report Hawley expects McConnell's final impeachment resolution to give White House defense ability to motion to dismiss Trump rips New York City sea wall: 'Costly, foolish' and 'environmentally unfriendly idea' MORE, quipping that summer allows him to do things he never has time for. 

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"Golf, visiting friends in prison, and enjoying all the fantastic tariffs from China," Baldwin, playing Trump, said, before adding that he's on "cruise control" to a second-term. 

Baldwin then breaks into song, and is joined by a group of comedians impersonating other Oval Office officials. 

"Tonight, I'm gonna have myself a real good time," Baldwin's Trump said, as Cecily Strong, playing Melania TrumpMelania TrumpThe Hill's 12:30 Report: Trump beefs up impeachment defense with Dershowitz, Starr Trump welcomes LSU to the White House: 'Go Tigers' The Hill's Morning Report — President Trump on trial MORE, and Beck Bennett, playing Vice President Pence, joined in. 
 
The three then sing in unison, "Don't stop him now," before comedian Aidy Bryant, playing White House press secretary Sarah HuckabeeSarah Elizabeth SandersSarah Sanders says she 'can't think of anything dumber than' having Congress run foreign policy Rapid turnover shapes Trump's government God did not elect Trump, people did MORE Sanders, harmonizes, “He’s a loose cannon rippin’ up the laws of society."
 
“You can’t subpoena him, he’s gonna obstruct," she sings. 
 
 
"Yeah the Supreme Court is ready for a fight on abortion. We got the votes now, women are screwed," Thompson sang. 
 
 
Baldwin's Trump quickly interrupted, stating, "no collusion, no obstruction" as the cast began singing "don't stop me now" once again. 
 
“Guys, it’s been fun," Baldwin says as the segment wraps up. "I don’t know what’s next for me, but I wouldn’t be Donald Trump if I didn’t say, tune in next season to see who lives and who dies.”
 
Baldwin and "Saturday Night Live" have continually targeted Trump during the president's first two years in office. Trump has denounced the show for what he's described as "Republican hit jobs."