Tina Fey reprised her role as former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin in “Saturday Night Live’s” cold open in a parody of her endorsement of Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump earlier this week.
As Fey delivered her endorsement, “SNL” regular Darrell Hammond, as Trump, interjected his own commentary.
“I hope no one’s allergic to nuts because we’ve got a big one here,” he observed at one point. “She’s two Corinthians short of a Bible.” And “She sounds like a greeting card from a Chinese Dollar store,” at another.
Is there anyone who didn’t see this coming?
Watch the clip, via “Saturday Night Live.”
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