NBC  has announced that Donald Trump will host “Saturday Night Live” on Nov. 7.

The businessman and leading Republican presidential candidate last hosted the show in 2004. But he’s long been a fixture of the show in apt portrayals by “SNL” alum Darrell Hammond and, most recently, cast member Taran Killam.

Trump was fodder for the cold open in “SNL’s” recent season premiere. He was also impersonated by Hillary Rodham Clinton, who made a cameo on the episode.

During his 2004 appearance, Trump appeared alongside Hammond (as Regis Philbin) and Amy Poehler (as Kelly Ripa) in a sketch about “The Apprentice,” which had debuted that year.

“It’s huge, Reg, it’s just huge,” Trump said of his show. “You know it’s the highest-rated show on television.”

Trump isn’t the first presidential candidate to host the NBC show. Steve Forbes was a candidate when he hosted in 1996, a gig that brought us the comedy gem below. Al Sharpton hosted in 2003.

Trump’s appearance on the show next month will feature Sia as musical guest.