As Donald Trump continues to whine about Alec Baldwin's impression of him on Saturday Night Live — Hillary Clinton is totally embracing her comedy-double, Kate McKinnon!
The first female candidate of a major party was spotted this week by Page Six dining at NYC's Orso before heading to watch Glenn Close perform in the Broadway play Sunset Boulevard.
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Ch-ch-check it out (below)!!
Considering Saturday Night Live is having its highest ratings of any season yet, we're not at all surprised to hear Alec Baldwin will be taking his shot at hosting this weekend!
The actor's Donald Trump impersonations are fucking hilarious!!
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While the 30 Rock star isn't donning his wig in the short teaser promoting Saturday's show, we expect he'll still reprise the role of Drumpf!
Of course, if that's not enough to get you to tune in, Ed Sheeran will also be the musical guest!! Now if only Rosie O'Donnell would make her debut as Steve Bannon…
Watch the full promo clip (below) and see Baldwin reminisce about his past SNL performances:
No matter what Donald Trump says, Saturday Night Live's ratings are doing just fine!
Even though the POTUS loves to complain about Alec Baldwin's spot-on impression of him, the sketch-comedy series is clearly doing something right as it's having its most-viewed season in 22 years! Well deserved!
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At least something is benefiting from our country falling to pieces! LOLz!
*Laughing to hide the tears*
Variety reports viewership for the NBC favorite is "up 19% in adults 18-49 (3.5 vs. 2.9 rating) and up 22% in total viewers (10.6 million vs. 8.7 million) over the comparable period in the 2015-16 season."
Furthermore, the most recent episode featuring Melissa McCarthy's HIGHlarious impression of Sean Spicer scored the second highest-rated program of the week in the key demo, following just behind The Big Bang Theory — and that's BEFORE delayed viewing was factored in.
Sorry not sorry, Donny!