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Watch: Melissa McCarthy brings the 'new spicey' and a leaf blower to Sean Spicer spoof on 'SNL

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Actress Melissa McCarthy was back on "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend to play White House press secretary Sean Spicer after her wildly successful first time in the role last weekend. And this week's spoof didn't disappoint.

"I would like to announce that I’m calm now!" McCarthy, as Spicer, screamed to start the press briefing.

But this week, Spicer tried to bring the "new Spicey" by being nicer to the press — but in the end, Spicer just couldn't resist roasting them.

Just like last week, the New York Times' Glenn Thrush, who Spicer called a "freak and stupid," got to ask the first question. It was about the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling and Spicer did not like it.

"You're testing me, Big Guy," he said, pointing upward referencing God.

"Don't eff with me, Glenn," he then tells Thrush.

Later, reporters asked what "extreme vetting" is. But Spicer didn't think the "dumb babies" of the press could understand his answer, so he used a G.I. Joe, a Barbie doll, and a doll of Disney's Moana to explain the administration's plan for vetting.

During the skit, Spicer also advertised for Ivanka Trump's clothing and accessory lines, showing off a gold bracelet and high heal. During the advertisement, a QVC ad popped on screen that prompted viewers to call a number to by the products.

Toward the end of the skit, Spicer whipped out a leaf blower to shut down a reporter who told Spicer that facts contradict everything he says.

"That was me blowing away their dishonesty!" Spicer shouts.

But when a reporter asked Spicer if he was "mentally" OK, he lost it completely — and began charging the press with his maneuverable lectern.

Watch the entire skit below:

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