Donald Trump never fails to be an entertainer.

NBC has announced the Republican presidential candidate will be hosting the Saturday, November 7 episode of Saturday Night Live, E! News reported.

This will be Trump's second appearance on the late-night sketch series. The former The Celebrity Apprentice star hosted Saturday Night Live in 2004.

Hillary Clinton made a cameo on the show's Season 41 premiere, so Trump apparently wants to trump her.

There's been many political faces who have left their mark on Saturday Night Live -- including Barack Obama, Sarah Palin and John McCain. Some comedians have even taken on the roles of such politicians, poking fun at them. Taran Killam and Darrell Hammond previously played Trump on SNL.

NBC cut ties with Trump after he called undocumented Mexican immigrants rapists, criminals and drug lords in a speech he delivered back in June to kick off his 2016 presidential campaign. The network's first big step was to pull the plug on the Miss USA pageant that aired the following month on Reelz.

NBC announced in September that Arnold Schwarzenegger, a longtime action-film hero, will be replacing Trump on The Celebrity Apprentice for the series' 2016-2017 season.

Saturday Night Live airs Saturday nights at 11:30PM ET/PT on NBC.