Robert Mueller delivers heartbreaking news on 'The Bachelor' for 'SNL'

Robert Mueller delivers heartbreaking news on 'The Bachelor' for 'SNL'

Kate McKinnon revived her impression of the special counsel investigating Russian interference in the 2016 USA election in a send-up of ABC's hit reality series.

McKinnon's Mueller can't promise Becca that he will charge Trump with collusion in his investigation into Russia's alleged interference in the U.S. election, because he can't get obstruction of justice off his mind.

It's hard to hear. Her misery is a reflection of all of us.

Kate McKinnon and Cecily Strong re-enact "The Bachelor" with a twist on "Saturday Night Live".

"The reality is that I don't think I can give you everything that you want right now", said SNL cast member Kate McKinnon, mashing her Mueller impression with the sought after candidate in ABC's "The Bachelor". Mueller asks, and Becca shakes her head.

Mueller filed charges against 13 Russians and three Russian groups for interfering in the USA election earlier this month, alleging a conspiracy to sow political divisions in the U.S. "He's just going to be president?"

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"So what, you don't have Trump on collusion?"

The skit continues in this hilarious back-and-forth for a few minutes-mirroring the horrendous Bachelor breakup move-by-move-reaching its peak moment when "Becca" laments: "Oh my God, so I have to wait two more years for [Trump] to be out of office?" to which "Mueller" replies, "Honestly, probably six", as "Becca" begins cursing and ultimately storms away.

Mueller then gingerly follows Becca, and despite her protestations that she doesn't want to see him, convinces her to come sit with him to talk things through.

As McKinnon prepares to leave, she points out that the alternative would be Vice President Mike Pence and asks whether Strong owns American steel.

"If it makes you feel any better, the Kush is cooked and you're the next Bachelorette", he added, referencing Trump's son-in-law and senior White House adviser.