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Larry David heckles Donald Trump, reprises Bernie Sanders on 'Saturday Night Live'

Donald Trump's "Saturday Night Live" monologue brought the Republican front-runner in contact with some familiar faces — and a heckler.

During his monologue, Trump was joined by two "SNL" cast members — Taran Killam and Darrell Hammond — dressed as the presidential candidate himself.

"They don't have my talent, my money or especially my good looks," Trump said about his doppelgangers.

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The monologue was cut short by none other than Larry David, who shouted "Trump's a racist!" from the studio audience.

"I heard if I yelled that, they'd give me five thousand dollars," David said about the outburst. The group Deport Racism had reportedly offered $5,000 to any audience members willing to heckle Trump.

“As a business man I can fully respect that,” Trump said.

While David may have been joking, Deport Racism said on Twitter that it would honor its promise.

That wasn’t David’s only turn onscreen – he also appeared in the first sketch of the night, reprising his Bernie Sanders impression in the episode's cold open, a parody of MSNBC's Democratic Forum.

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