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You Have To See How Aziz Ansari Tackled Trump In His "SNL" Debut

“Beyoncé ain’t moving, I ain’t moving.”

Aziz Ansari made history on Saturday as the first person of South Asian descent to host Saturday Night Live — and he kicked it all off with a fire monologue about President Donald Trump.

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Ansari started his set by calling Trump “the Chris Brown of politics.”

Ansari started his set by calling Trump "the Chris Brown of politics."

Ansari said some people voted for Trump with the same mindset people use when it comes to Brown’s music: “I’m just here for the tunes, not the extracurriculars.”

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Then there are those Trump supporters that Ansari labels the lowercase KKK — as in, the people that see his win as a chance to be openly racist again.

Then there are those Trump supporters that Ansari labels the lowercase KKK — as in, the people that see his win as a chance to be openly racist again.

The successes of Barack Obama, Empire, Hamilton, and more have made the past few years pretty darn rough for these white people, Ansari joked.

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Asking every minority to go back to their native countries isn’t a realistic solution to white angst!

Asking every minority to go back to their native countries isn't a realistic solution to white angst!

“Is that really the plan, by the way?” he asked. “We’re all gonna move? All the minorities?! Forty-something percent of the country?!”

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