Alec Baldwin as President Donald Trump and Jimmy Fallon as the president's senior adviser Jared Kushner at NBC's Saturday Night Live, April 15, 2017. NBC

The alleged infighting within President Donald Trump’s administration served as the inspiration for NBC’s Saturday Night Live (SNL) episode late Saturday, with comedian Jimmy Fallon making an appearance as Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner.

The episode, which was the first to air live simultaneously in all time zones, saw actor Alec Baldwin reprise his impersonation of Trump, as Mikey Day returned as the Grim Reaper version of the president's chief strategist Steve Bannon.

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The sketch began with Baldwin's Trump listing out his many achievements in office to Vice President Mike Pence, who was played by Beck Bennett.

“I’ve already done so much, it’s hard to keep track of it all,” Baldwin said. The only thing on Bennett’s list of Trump’s achievements was the nomination of Judge Neil Gorsuch, but Baldwin added that the vice president was forgetting all the bombings the president carried out. This included the “biggest, fattest bomb you’ve ever seen” on the Islamic State group.

There was also a dig at the president’s weekend trips to his Palm Beach, Florida, estate — Mar-a-Lago — where Trump is known to spend a lot of time.

“I’m so sad that my presidency is finally coming to an end,” Baldwin told Pence’s impersonator, who reminded him they still have 1,300 days in office. Baldwin, however, corrected him by saying: “Have you seen my tweets about North Korea? This could all be over by Monday.”

Bennett raised the issue of Kushner and Bannon not getting along, and at that point, Baldwin called the two in. Bannon was his usual Grim Reaper self, while Kushner was shown as a quiet but charming person.

In a typical “Apprentice” manner, the Trump character played out an elimination, in which Bannon was banished and asked to “join Kellyanne Conway in the basement.” However, he added: “You get to come back at the end of all this and help send me to prison.”

After a bigger Grim Reaper-looking character took Bannon away, Trump vacated his seat in the Oval Office for Kushner, asking him to set things right. Fallon’s Kushner did not speak a word through it all.

According to many reports, the conflicting opinion between Kushner and Bannon in the White House has led to the president asking his advisers to sort out his issues. However, the administration maintains that things are being exaggerated by the media.