Trump's strategist Steve Bannon is officially out of the White House, but we'll #NeverForget the memorable portrayal of him on "Saturday Night Live" as the Grim Reaper.
The role broke out back in January when "SNL" cast member Mikey Day dressed up as the creepy character and manipulated Donald Trump to engage in numerous unprofessional and controversial phone calls with world leaders. The skit continues as the Grim Reaper orders the president to move from his presidential desk to a smaller desk and play with a toy as the man behind Trump's outrageous decisions took care of business.
Producers of "SNL" even chose to forgo Rosie O'Donnell's invitation guest impersonate Bannon since Day's Grim Reaper portrayal drew heaps of laughs of praise from TV critics.
Trump later defended his cabinet by calling the late-night sketch program the "worst of NBC."
.@NBCNews is bad but Saturday Night Live is the worst of NBC. Not funny, cast is terrible, always a complete hit job. Really bad television!
Bannon's character returned four months later when Trump had to decide if Bannon or his polished, yet silent son-in-law **Jared Kushner** (played by **Jimmy Fallon**) would become his official advisor and could stay in the Oval Office. After a mashup of funny one-liners, Trump ended up banishing Bannon to the basement with **Kellyanne Conway**.