"No, they haven’t called me to host it," Rubio said during the show. "I couldn’t host it. I don’t live in New York, and I’ve got a campaign to run."
But that doesn’t mean the Florida senator doesn’t have SNL dreams.
"I just want to make sure whoever plays me in one of the skits is someone who does it well. Maybe Mario Lopez is someone they should look into," he added.
We don't know if the Mexican-American Extra presenter will get the impersonating gig, but wouldn’t it be even better if he were asked to replace Trump on the variety show’s Nov. 7 episode?