Watch ‘Saturday Night Live’ Reveal Trump’s Surprise Pick For Head Of The DEA

It’s time to “make America cook again.”

In the past weeks, as Donald Trump has begun filling his cabinet positions with individuals who seem to have little or no experience in the field or seem to have business interests that directly conflict with their position, many have started to question the legitimacy of the president-elect's picks

Playing off these feelings, Saturday Night Live introduced the newest member of Trump's cabinet during its cold open on Dec. 10: head of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Walter White.

Best known for his transformation from high school chemistry teacher to heartless drug kingpin, White (revised in the role by Bryan Cranston) apparently has spent the past couple years hiding out in the comments section of Breitbart, where he was tracked down by Steve Bannon. 

"It's almost like Mr. Trump appoints these people specifically to undermine the agencies they head," says CNN host Jake Tapper (Beck Bennet). 

Tapper and White were joined in the sketch by Kellyanne Conway (Kate McKinnon), whose role was to justify and defend Trump's new cabinet. 

While they have never met, White reveals that he supports many of the president-elect's policies, including building a wall along the Mexico-U.S. border that White believes will decrease competition in the country, and that it's time to "make American cook again."

"We want to fill this nation with red, white, and a whole lot of blue," he said.

Watch the full sketch below:


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