Election seasons are sort of SNL's time to shine, anyway, but the addition of Trump to the mix has to have those writers on their knees thanking god for the gift that has been bestowed upon them.
It also means that probably every person in that cast would have like the guaranteed screen time that comes with playing Trump, but according to Deadline, that honor will go to fifth year veteran Taran Killam.
Hopefully he'll live up to the high bar set by Darrell Hammond.
Case in point:
SNL returns for its 41st season on Oct. 3 with Miley Cyrus hosting. Amy Schumer will host on Oct. 10 and Tracy Morgan will host on Oct. 17.