10/09/2011 11:06 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

'SNL' Brings Hank Williams Jr. Back On 'Fox & Friends' To Apologize, Sort Of (VIDEO)

For once it was not Steve Doocy, Gretchen Carlson or Brian Kilmeade who made contentious remarks about President Obama on "Fox And Friends" this week. Instead, country music star and face of "Monday Night Football" Hank Williams Jr. took care of it, comparing Obama to Hitler on last Monday's show.

While Williams Jr. has since explained his remarks, he hasn't apologized. But that's where "Saturday Night Live" comes in.

On this weekend's show, "SNL" pulled out their "Fox And Friends" set, dolled Jason Sudeikis up like Williams Jr. and had he and his "Media Representative" (played by Ben Stiller) attempt to set things right.

As you might expect, Williams Jr. was not about to take back what he said. So watch the sketch below and "let's get ready" for some even more ridiculous Obama/Hitler remarks than the ones you heard earlier this week.


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