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SNL did a brilliant US election parody of *that* Love Actually scene

Say it’s carol singers…

FOR ONCE, THE weekly Alec Baldwin masterclass of Donald Trump isn’t the Saturday Night Live sketch that has everyone talking.

This week, and because it’s Christmas, they decided to feature a spot on shout out to Love Actually:

With Hillary Clinton calling to the door of a house with cue cards

Source: Saturday Night Live/YouTube

And instead of a slightly creepy message from Andrew Lincoln, she’s there to talk about the election.

Kate McKinnon had her Hillaryisms on point throughout

rodham Source: YouTube

And it turns out the Keira Knightley character is one of the 538 electors that will vote on December 19th to confirm Trump as President

rodham2 Source: YouTube

So Hillary was trying to change her mind – and that’s where the cue cards came in



It’s been on the SNL Facebook page for just five hours and has already been watched over a million times. Anything that combines McKinnon’s Hillary character AND Love Actually is always going to go down well.

Trump probably won’t be tweeting about this one, in fairness.

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