The comedian and political commentator discusses the intersection of humor and politics in the age of Trump.
The comedian, whose first impersonation of the White House press secretary went viral, zeroes in on President Trump's travel ban and the Ivanka Trump-Nordstrom debacle. The comedian, whose first impersonation of the White House press secretary went viral, zeroes in on President Trump's travel ban and the Ivanka Trump-Nordstrom debacle.
Beck Bennett (pictured) plays a Homeland Security agent in a skit inspired by Donald Trump's workplace troubles. Also, episode host Kristen Stewart works in a few zingers at the president’s expense.
"Saturday Night Live" cast member Kate McKinnon plays Clinton in an appearance inspired by the movie "Love Actually." She begs members of the Electoral College to consider their options before they have their final say in the presidential election.
A lot of viewers probably feel the same shiver that goes down comedian Kenan Thompson's spine in a recent SNL skit when he realizes that Donald Trump will be president in seven short weeks.
"You want more advice, call me," the "Saturday Night Live” actor wrote to Trump, who tweeted there was "nothing funny" about the sketch starring Baldwin that aired this weekend.
The comedy show's satire of the "worst presidential debate ever" sums up some of the sorriest aspects of this year's race to the White House, depicting an unelectable Donald Trump as essentially handing the presidency to an unworthy Hillary Clinton.
Alec Baldwin is really getting the most out of his impression of the Republican presidential candidate.
The actor’s venomous impersonation of the GOP nominee has been called the jolt the late-night comedy show needed.
While the most recent "Saturday Night Live" clip featuring Larry David as Bernie Sanders and Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton is full of nuggets of truth, it also shows some bias toward the former secretary of state -- much like the head of the Democratic National Committee.