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'SNL': Jimmy Fallon, Paul Rudd and James Corden won't sit with Trump in the NATO cafeteria

Jenny Cohen, USA TODAY

Corrections & clarifications: An earlier version of this report misspelled James Corden’s name.

The NATO cafeteria is full of mean girls, at least according to "Saturday Night Live."

In this weekend's opening sketch, Jimmy Fallon, Paul Rudd and James Corden showed up as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to sit around with their lunch trays and gossip about President Donald Trump, sending up the video that came out earlier this week from the NATO summit.

"He's not good-looking like us three," said Corden's Johnson, his hair askew.

But when Alec Baldwin entered with his trademark Trump impression and asked if he could sit with them, the three made excuses and suggested he sit with the leader from Latvia at another table.

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They then continued to talk about his recent positions on climate change.

"He's, like, dumber than Boris," Fallon's Trudeau said.

"Yeah, he is," Corden's Johnson said with a laugh. "He is. He's dumber than me."

Trump, with a cheeseburger in each hand, still can't talk his way into the extra seat at their table. Instead, the trio invites a flustered Angela Merkel to sit with them instead.

"Is this happening?" Kate McKinnon's Merkel asks. "Am I actually about to sit at the cool kids table?"

With a dramatic walk, the German Chancellor joins the three and even gets excited when they tell her President Barack Obama might be there.

With that, they send Trump away with a sign stuck on his back courtesy of Boris that says, "Impeach me!"

And in the end, Melania Trump (Cecily Strong) comes in to turn the event into a PSA about bullying.

"So please, European leaders, be best."

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