In what is likely a sign of powerhouse hilarity of political note-to-come during this 42nd season of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” the comedy-sketch show took on the performances of GOP Presidential Nominee Donald Trump versus Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton with NBC News’ Lester Holt serving as moderator. That real-life debate was held at Hofstra University. SNL’s take was held on Saturday night at Studio 1-A and is being proclaimed on social media as a comedy genius moment…”the best.” Check out some of the Tweets and SNL’s cold open to the show featuring actor Alec Baldwin as Trump and ‘SNL’ cast member Kate McKinnon reprising her role as Clinton below:
We’re left to wonder ‘SNL’ willl take on Tuesday’s Vice-Presidential debate between our Indiana Governor and GOP Veep Nominee Mike Pence and U.S. Senator from Virginia and Dem Veep Nominee Tim Kaine. Maybe that will help boost their name recognition with the voters. (According to a new ABC News survey released this weekend, only 41-percent of people surveyed could not name Pence. Forty-six percent couldn’t identify Kaine. That’s 59 and 54-percent respectively who could. If this was a school grade, those would both be F’s.) That debate will air simultaneously on all major networks Tuesday night 9-10:30 p.m. Eastern.
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