10/03/2010 11:20 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

'SNL' Takes On Rahm Emanuel's White House Exit (VIDEO)

Last night on "Saturday Night Live," the show opened up with a sketch making fun of White house Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel's exit from the White House, and his aggressive nature.

Andy Samburg reprised his Emanuel impression and Bobby Moynihan played a terrified Pete Rouse, who recieves some extreme advice on how to be President Obama's Chief of Staff, including carrying a rasor blade in his mouth at all times.

"SNL" had a lot of fun mocking Emanuel's apparent lack of social skills and painted Rouse as a weaker replacement, but we're wondering: when is Fred Armisen going to stop playing Barack Obama and let newcomer Jay Pharoah - who does an amazing impression of the President - take a stab at it?