Jim Carrey played the president-elect for the first time in October until November 7, when it was announced that Biden had won the U.S. presidential election.
The actor handed over the baton to Alex Moffat, who also plays Eric Trump in the sketch.
After being introduced by Maya Rudolph’s vice president Kamala Harris, Moffat’s Biden walked in with a walking stick before putting it aside and rolling forward.
He then rearranged his tie and began discussing the Covid-19 vaccine, which Biden is expected to have this week.
“I just want to let the American people know one thing,” he said. “We’re about to have a real leader again. You are going to have the most diverse cabinet in the history of American politics.
Rudolph Harris then interjected, “And I’ll make sure Joe never specifies what he means by diverse – that’s my Christmas present to you America.”
In the past, Biden has been played by Kevin Nealon, Jason Sudeikis, Woody Harrelson, and John Mulaney.
Moffat’s role is to get the thumbs up from the fans, with one person hailing him “much more specific” than Carrey’s portrayal.
“Jim Carrey was basically playing Jim Carrey,” the viewer added.
“I love Moffat’s impression of him,” added another, with one fan calling him an “upgrade”.