SNL didn’t take it easy on Hillary in this skit.
Saturday Night Live poked fun at Hillary Clinton just hours before she is set to announce she is running for president, by mocking her decision to tell the world via social media.
The former Secretary of State, played by Kate McKinnon, and one of her advisers, played by Vanessa Bayer, discuss how she will declare her intentions on Sunday.
The pair decide to record a cellphone video of the Democrat for her campaign launch in a bid to make her come across as soft and approachable, following questions over whether she will be able to relate to ordinary voters.
During the scene they insist her second run at the White House will be about the people and not centered around her.
But, despite desperate attempts to not be self-centered, Clinton seems incapable of talking about anyone but herself.
The show took aim at the 67-year-old as she is expected to reveal she is taking another stab what she has referred to as ‘the highest and hardest glass ceiling’ at noon.
arack Obama has already given her his backing by saying he believes she will be an ‘excellent president’, but the comedians on the NBC show latched onto a memo that was made public on Saturday, saying her campaign will be humble and about ‘everyday Americans’.
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