Following Tillerson's arrival was Anthony Scaramucci (Hader) and Michael Wolff (Fred Armisen).
The actors portrayed ousted White House officials and insiders commenting on a week that saw high-profile dismissals from the Trump administration, while appearing on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360, with Cooper played by SNL cast member Alex Moffat.
Russian Federation to expel British diplomats in retaliatory move
Moscow has denied any involvement in the attempted assassination of Skripal, a former Russian spy turned double agent for the UK. Mr Basu said investigators were making good progress but further work could take "months".
Prior to Tillerson appearing on the segment, Cooper asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions - played by Kate McKinnon - to give his reasoning for firing of longtime Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Andrew McCabe. "It's insane, one day you're the CEO of Exxon, a 50 billion dollar company, and the next day, you get fired by a guy who sells steaks in the mail", Tillerson/Goodman said of his departure.
Cooper put to Sessions that there were rumors. "Anytime I would say something, you would go, 'Now Stefon, ' and I would start laughing".
Jordan Poole, Michigan stun Houston at the buzzer
Down 63-61 with less than four seconds remaining, MI is inbounding from underneath their own hoop and... well, this happened. Against Houston, the Wolverines were shooting 7-of-29 from 3-point range before Poole's bomb.
After months of disputes with the secretary of state, President Trump removed Tillerson on Tuesday and nominated CIA Director Mike Pompeo to head the State Department. "Trump made me do it", McKinnon's Sessions blurted out as Moffat's Anderson Cooper grilled Sessions about the firing of Federal Bureau of Investigation veteran Andrew McCabe in what was seen as a politically motivated act directed by Trump. "Call Jurassic Park, because the Rexy is loose!" "A lot of it was Seth", Hader said in an interview opposite his former castmate on Late Night with Seth Meyers.
But the real life Mooch was all laughs, taking to his Twitter to add: 'Wait?!
Russian Federation to expel United Kingdom diplomats in spy row
The source of the nerve agent - which Britain says is Soviet-made Novichok - is unclear, as is the way it was administered. May says the March 4 attack on Sergei Skripal is a "flagrant breach of worldwide law and the chemical weapons convention".