'Saturday Night Live' pokes fun at Trump, Clinton behavior during second debate

FILE - In this Jan. 16, 2015 file photo, Donald Trump, host of the television series "The Celebrity Apprentice," mugs for photographers at the NBC 2015 Winter TCA Press Tour in Pasadena, Calif. The skyline shimmers, the music pulses and Donald Trump’s helicopter swoops in for a landing. Oozing authority, the billionaire strides purposefully, in slow-motion, for added impact, toward some important matter of business in “New York, my city,” as Trump calls it. Week by week, year by year, 14 seasons of “The Apprentice” or “Celebrity Apprentice” served as a grand homage to all things Trump, running from 2004 to 2015. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision via AP, File)

Once again, the presidential election has provided "Saturday Night Live" with plenty of fodder. Last night's episode poked fun at last week's presidential debate, including the lack of a handshake between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton at the start of the debate, Trump's proclivity to hover behind Clinton as she spoke, and the emergence of undecided voter Ken Bone as an internet superstar. Alec Baldwin and "SNL" cast member Kate McKinnon reprised their roles as Trump and Clinton. The show's Cecily Strong and Alex Moffat impersonated the debate's moderators, ABC News' Martha Raddatz and CNN's Anderson Cooper. Cast member Bobby Moynihan played red sweater-clad Bone.

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