It's no surprise that "Saturday Night Live" poked plenty of fun at President Trump in its first new episode of his presidency. The Post's Elahe Izadi has your summaries of their Stephen K. Bannon-as-the-real-president and Melissa McCarthy-as-Sean Spicer bits.

But neither proved to be the show's most political and arguably most biting sketch this weekend. That one was a faux informational video for Customs and Border Protection that took a very dim view of Trump's travel ban -- using crude edits to reflect Trump's new (temporarily halted) policy and making the case, as opponents have, that it's a thinly veiled Muslim ban.

At one point, the video zeroes in on a young, brown-skinned boy waiting in line in customs, placing an "X" over him while giving a white man holding a thinly disguised, large gun a pass.

The hosts of late-night skewered President Trump over his controversial travel ban barring travelers from seven majority Muslim nations, as well as his choice to watch "Finding Dory" while protestors descended upon the nation's major airports. (Erin Patrick O'Connor/The Washington Post)