Season 45 of "Saturday Night Live" saw a star-studded premiere. In addition to Alec Baldwin reprising his role as President Donald Trump, Democratic candidates were also impersonated by famous faces.
Maya Rudolph, an "SNL" alum, portrayed Sen. Kamala Harris, and Larry David once again embodied Bernie Sanders for the Impeachment Town Hall.
Rudolph's Harris, who at one point slipped on shades and sipped on a frozen drink, described herself as a "smooth talkin' lady lawyer" and a "walkin,' talkin' TNT show" who is "America's cool aunt. A fun aunt, I call that a 'funt.' "
What kind of funt, no one asked? "The kind of funt that will give you weed but then arrest you for having weed."
Meanwhile, David's Sanders declared his technological incompetence: "It takes me 40 minutes to figure out how to turn on the TV. ... If I accidentally hit 'input,' that's a whole day.
"Sometimes, I sit on the porch and do literally nothing for six hours," he added.
In his closing words, "Sanders" offered: "America, here is my promise to you: Free college, free health care, free refills on any medium-size soft drink."
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