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Hillary Clinton Made Fun Of Donald Trump And Herself On "SNL"

“You give off such a young cool vibe, you must work in Brooklyn.”

Last updated on October 4, 2015, at 12:56 p.m. ET

Posted on October 4, 2015, at 12:38 a.m. ET

Hillary Clinton made fun of Donald Trump, and even took a few jabs at herself, during a cameo appearance on the season premiere of Saturday Night Live this weekend.

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Kate McKinnon reprised her role as Clinton, and Cecily Strong played Clinton's aide Huma Abedin. In the sketch, Clinton is at a bar bemoaning the fact that everyone in the bar is pro-Trump.

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But she finds solace in "Val," the trusty bartender played by Clinton.

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Val says she's just an "ordinary citizen who believes the Keystone Pipeline will destroy our environment."

Val then asks Clinton for her ID, saying that she can't be a grandmother because she gives off such a "young, cool vibe."


"You must work in Brooklyn," Val says.

The real Clinton caused a splash when she announced her campaign headquarters would be in a trendy Brooklyn neighborhood earlier this year.

Clinton then confides in Val about how frustrated she is that everyone can't stop talking about Trump. The real Clinton says she doesn't get it either -- then does a pretty good Trump impression.

Nailed it.

The sketch ends with Clinton and Val celebrating their new friendship with a rousing rendition of Lean on Me.

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Who knew Hillary was such a passionate singer?

Trump didn't immediately comment on the impression, but did quote a tweet that praised SNL cast member Taran Killam's Trump impression and criticized Clinton.

"@scottferson: .@TaranKillam plays a way better fake @realDonaldTrump than a real @HillaryClinton plays herself @nbcsnl"

Here's the full sketch:

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