SNL Mocks Trump’s Stalker-y Debate Performance With ‘Jaws’ Theme
Saturday Night Live’s Kate McKinnon and Alec Baldwin reprised their roles as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton for this week’s show opening sketch, in which Trump stalked around the stage to the soundtrack from the shark attack film Jaws.
Baldwin’s Trump and McKinnon’s Clinton entered the town hall debate sketch like two fighters rather than two presidential candidates.
The sketch touched on several key moments from last Sunday’s debate –including Trump saying Clinton should be jailed and a dancing Ken Bone. It ended with an undecided voter at the town hall asking what the candidates liked about one another.
Trump kicked off the debate by mentioning some of his invited guests included women who had accused Bill Clinton of inappropriate sexual behavior.
When Trump played his “power move” of introducing the four women who accuse former Pres. Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct, Clinton made a great show of putting on the voice of a distressed Southern belle and pretending to beg him not to do it before snapping back to herself and quipping, “Get real, I’m made of steel. This is noting. Hi, girls!”
When asked if he feels he is modeling appropriate behavior for an adult to demonstrate in front of children, Trump answered, “Anderson, I love the kids. I love them so much I marry them.”
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