The best (because truest) part of SNL's "It's a Wonderful Trump" was the end, when Clarence kept repeating "That is not the lesson at all!".
True because art doesn't imitate life, or life art; they just echo each other:
“Rudy [Giuliani] was saying, ‘This is the best thing that could’ve happened — who in their right mind would want to cooperate with Mueller now!,’ with a big chuckle, obviously referring to the [Michael] Flynn sentencing debacle,” a source told Page Six.
And not in front of TeeVee cameras, trying to convince Trump supporters with a little song, a little dance, a little seltzer down the pants, but in a group of the like-minded. Charitably, he could have been trying it out on the road before taking it to Broadway. More likely, he's not that good an actor, and he really is that dumb.
Why else would he work for Trump?