A week after excoriating Donald Trump with a fake campaign ad decrying his followers as racist, Saturday Night Live turned its attention to Hillary Clinton this weekend—knocking the Democratic front-runner with a less brutal spoof but one that amusingly played up her vulnerability to a surging Bernie Sanders.
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There was some griping after the Trump spoof that SNL reserves its most vicious attack for Republicans, but Lorne Michaels has long denied that. "People are always looking for [the show] to be on the side of [Hillary] Clinton, and that's not what we do," he told The Hollywood Reporter last month.
And of course, Trump got plenty of airtime as host of the show.