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Bill Murray Portrays Steve Bannon on 'Saturday Night Live' - Watch!

The identity behind the Grim Reaper playing Steve Bannon on Saturday Night Live has been revealed – and it’s Bill Murray!

During the show’s first show in 2018, the 67-year-old SNL alum revealed himself while appearing on a sketch of The Morning Joe show to chat about the new book Fire and Fury – the book about President Trump‘s White House – along with his firing.

Bill as Steve went on to share what he’s been up to since losing his job as the White House chief strategist – including developing a new line of crinkled barn jackets called “Frumpers for Guys.”

Watch a clip from the sketch below!

Steve Bannon Responds to 'SNL's Grim Reaper Portrayal of Him

Steve Bannon is finally addressing is infamous portrayal on Saturday Night Live.

Since Donald Trump was elected into office, SNL has been not so subtle on their distaste towards the president and his former chief strategist.

On the sketch show, Steve has been portrayed by a grim reaper running the White House.

In a recent interview with 60 Minutes, Steve opened up about the portrayal saying he doesn’t care what America thinks of him.

“I don’t need the affirmation of the mainstream media. I don’t care what they say,” Steve said via People. “They can call me an anti-Semite. They can call me racist. They call me nativist. You can call me anything you want. Okay? As long as we’re driving this agenda for the working men and women of this country, I’m happy.”

Steve Bannon Fired by Donald Trump, Celebs React!

Steve Bannon has been fired from his role as President Trump‘s chief strategist and now celebs are reacting to the news.

“White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and Steve Bannon have mutually agreed today would be Steve’s last day,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement. “We are grateful for his service and wish him the best.”

While sources in the White House claim that Trump made the decision to remove Bannon on Friday morning (August 18), a person close to Bannon told the New York Times that he submitted his resignation on August 7.

Read what stars like Rosie O’Donnell, Ben Platt, and Don Cheadle are saying.

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Sean Penn Calls Former Producer Steve Bannon 'Hollywood Wannabe'

Sean Penn is sharing his thoughts about working with former film producer Steve Bannon more than 25 years ago.

The 56-year-old actor and the 63-year-old current White House Chief Strategist once worked together on Sean‘s directorial debut The Indian Runner back in a 1991 – Steve was an executive producer.

Bannon was then, as he is now, simply another bitter Hollywood wannabe who went rogue by way of toxic narcissistic iconoclasm,” Sean told Death and Taxes magazine. “But, deep in his heart, he’s just a conniving hateful bloated punk who despises mankind. And then there are also the bad things about him.”

George Clooney has also called Steve “elitist Hollywood.” See what else he had to say here.

Celebrities React to Donald Trump Removing Steve Bannon From National Security Council

Donald Trump has removed his chief strategist Steve Bannon from the National Security Council in a staff reorganization.

Although Steve was removed from his position, he will still maintain his Chief Strategist position, which was created just for him.

Celebrities like Patton Oswalt and Samantha Bee are taking to social media to react to the news.

“Congratulations to Steve Bannon on graduating from NSC in record time. Take a gap year, buddy. Take four,” Samatha joked on her Twitter.

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George Clooney Slams Donald Trump, Calls Him 'A Hollywood Elitist'

George Clooney has some harsh words for President Donald Trump.

In a recent interview with Canal+, the 55-year-old actor called out Trump for being a part of the Hollywood elite and claimed that he benefits from his membership of the Screen Actors Guild.

Trump collects $120,000 a year in his Screen Actors Guild pension fund. He is a Hollywood elitist,” George said.

Trump has made several appearances on the big and small screen from cameos in Home Alone 2, The Fresh Prince of Bel Air, and The Apprentice – making him eligible for a pension from SAG.

George didn’t stop there. He then went on to call out Trump‘s chief strategist Steve Bannon for his failing career in Hollywood.

Steve Bannon is a failed film writer and director,” George said. “That’s the truth, that’s what he’s done. He wrote a Shakespearean rap musical about the LA riots that he couldn’t get made. He made a lot of money off of Seinfeld. He’s elitist Hollywood, I mean, that’s the reality.”

Also pictured inside: George Clooney heading to play rehearsal on Thursday (February 24) in Paris, France.

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Could Rosie O'Donnell Portray Steve Bannon on 'SNL'? She's Down!

Rosie O’Donnell is throwing her name in the ring to join the other celebs impersonating Donald Trump‘s political cabinet on Saturday Night Live.

On Monday evening (February 6), Rosie tweeted back at a fan who wrote, “Someone suggested @Rosie play Bannon on #SNL & I am here for it!,” suggesting she play┬áchief strategist Steve Bannon.

Rosie responded, “available – if called i will serve !!!”

Alec Baldwin has been portraying Donald Trump and Melissa McCarthy played Sean Spicer last week.

According to a report from Politico, Donald Trump was not happy with Melissa‘s performance, with a source saying he does not “like his people to look weak.”