“Saturday Night Live” kicked off its 46th season by facing leadership turmoil set off when President Donald Trump announced that he has Covid-19.The show opened with Tuesday’s contentious and chaotic debate between Trump, played by Alec Baldwin, and election challenger Joe Biden, played by Jim Carrey.Fox News’ Chris Wallace (Beck Bennett) starts the contest by saying, “I think I’m going to do a really really good job tonight.” Wallace was criticized for how he handled the real debate.Biden steps on stage and immediately produces a tape measure to check the distance between lecterns before moving his just a little farther.”I’m holding my bladder,” he says. “Let’s get at her.”When it’s Trump’s turn, he says, “I’d like to begin with a list of complaints. People are mean to me.” He then says the coronavirus is a “hoax.””That statement is something that will probably come back to haunt me this week,” Trump says.The president claims he’s a champion of law and order — “no exceptions.””Okay,” Wallace asks. “What about your taxes?””There have to be exceptions, Chris,” Trump says.Biden’s running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, makes an appearance to chastise the men. “If there’s one thing we learned tonight it’s that America needs a

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