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Alec Baldwin and SNL Mock Donald Trump Over His Offensive Comments About Women

Trump had it coming.

Saturday Night Live held nothing back when it came to Donald Trump’s offensive remarks about women. Following his debut impression of the brash businessman on the show last week. Alec Baldwin again nails a hilarious portrayal of the GOP presidential nominee in arguably the best skit of the night.

The skit began with a spoof of the vice presidential debate between Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence. But when Beck Bennett as Pence claimed Trump had “never said a single bad thing” about women, a CNN Breaking News alert flashed up.

The show then cut to CNN’s “Brooke Baldwin,” played by Cecily Strong, who grilled Trump over the leaked audio captured during a hot mic conversation with former “Access Hollywood” host Billy Bush in 2005.

Baldwin as Trump offered up a rare “applo-gize”, before a hot mic predictably caught him uttering more offensive comments. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton played by the one and only Kate McKinnon, is out doing this:

The CNN broadcast cuts to footage of Clinton partying and drinking champagne due to her now sure victory in the second debate on Sunday. She also gives a semi-serious speech about Trump’s offensive comments and women voting for him, which ends with “I love ya, but bish you cray.” McKinnon is the G.O.A.T.

Watch the full skit below.

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