Jimmy Fallon, James Corden, and Paul Rudd play gossiping NATO leaders in hilarious SNL cold open

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SNL spoofed the gossiping European leaders who were caught on a hot mic giggling about President Trump at the recent NATO summit in London by likening it to a high school cafeteria.

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