Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump has been the butt of a lot jokes in recent months, but the billionaire tycoon had fun hosting Saturday Night Live over the weekend. One of the highlights was the 69-year-old rapping and dancing in a parody video of Drake’s “Hotline Bling.”

In the skit, Jay Pharaoh pokes fun at the 6 God as he raps about his goofy two-step that he did in the video. "I know you make fun of my dance moves / Turn me into memes and gifs / But I'm proud of my dance moves / Because lots of people dance like this," he raps.

Along with SNL players Bobby Moynihan, Beck Bennett, Taran Killam and comedian Martin Short, who appeared as Ed Grimley, they all do some of the most horrendous dance moves you can think of.

But the highlight was Trump who appears as the tax guy and he's dancing as if he's walking on hot coals. "You used to call me on my cell phone," he raps.

Donald Trump maybe a polarizing figure in the political world, but for a moment on SNL, it was funny to see the real estate mogul let his struggle hair down and have some fun.

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