Saturday night, comedian Aziz Ansari hosted "Saturday Night Live" for the first time in his career.
Naturally, Ansari focused heavily on the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, in his opening monolog.
You may not have seen "SNL" on Saturday night, but I'm sure you have an idea where this is going, right?
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As you can hear in the video above, Ansari showed a lot of love for the protests that took place Saturday around the world, and he slammed the "casual white supremacy" that has taken hold in America since Trump began his presidential campaign.
The 33-year-old continued,
Aziz Ansari also made a rather brilliant analogy between singer Chris Brown and President Trump.
I mean, come on, this is pretty genius, right? It's the most backhanded compliment ever, and it's so spot on, it hurts.
However, it wasn't all doom and gloom from the "Parks and Recreation" star. Aziz Ansari also focused on hope for the future of the United States.
As you can hear in the clip above, Ansari said,
It's folks like Ansari, who have a real platform to reach the masses, who give me real hope for the future.
Citations: Aziz Ansari Slams 'Casual White Supremacy,' Supports Political Protests in First Post-Inauguration 'SNL' (Entertainment Tonight)