James Austin Johnson strikes again!

Just when Saturday Night Live viewers were getting into the opening skit, a parody of the Last Supper, in comes Trump.

Comparing himself to Jesus, Johnson’s Trump began, “A famous, wonderful man arrested for no reason at all.” The comparisons didn’t stop there as he went on to bloviate, “If you haven’t put it together folks, I’m comparing myself to Jesus. Again. And what better time than on his birthday, Easter?”

After making more twisted comparisons, like how they both are being persecuted for doing nothing wrong, he declared that they are both “very tall, very popular, and both, frankly, white Americans.”

Johnson’s Trump also explained how Jesus was killed and rose again in 3 days, that he would have done it faster. And that where Jesus had “Good Friday” he would have made it “Great Friday” — maybe even “TGI Fridays (with all the stuff on the wall)”

In a shout-out to his loyal MAGA and Q crowd, SNL’s Trump continued, “A lot of his followers got in big, big trouble, just like mine. All because I told them exactly what Jesus would have said: ‘Get very violent and start a war.'”

“Because I’m a self-made billionaire and Christ was — let’s call it what it is — a nepo baby. I mean, his dad was God. It’s pretty easy to start a religion when your daddy’s God.”

SNL’s Trump couldn’t leave Ron DeSantis out.

“And I’ve even got my very own Judas: Ron DeSantis. Ron DeSantis came to me with tears in his eyes. He said, ‘Help me, Mr. Trump. I’m going to lose my election.’ So I very generously pretended to like him. And then he did a Judas and now he can’t even get the gays out of Disney World. It’s an awful shame.”

As hilarious as the skit is, also impressive was how the cast members stay almost totally still throughout his monologue. Something that also doesn’t go unnoticed by SNL Trump.

There is a bunch more and you can check out the very funny opening skit starring James Austin Johnson below or by clicking here