Donald Trump kept it short, sweet and in triplicate.

Trump’s monologue on Saturday Night Live didn’t linger, and it didn’t shy away from the controversy surrounding the presumptive GOP front-runner. And it featured not one, but two of the show’s Trump impersonators.

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“People think I’m controversial, but the truth is, I’m a nice guy,” he said. “I don’t hold grudges against anybody. Like Rosie O’Donnell. She said some things that were hurtful and untrue. I said some things about her that were mean, and completely accurate.” Read more…

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Donald Trump’s ‘SNL’ monologue is short, sweet and self-aware