In its season premiere earlier this month, Saturday Night Live perfectly encapsulated the first presidential debate by casting the positively gleeful Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton against the snarling, unhinged Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump.
When the 2005 tape came up, Trump said, “Listen, what I said is nothing compared to what Bill Clinton has done.
And Martha, Anderson, hold on to your nips and your nuts, because four of these women are here tonight.” While those women needed to be “respected and have their voices heard,” he suggested the women accusing him of sexual assault “shut the hell up.” The rest of the sketch consisted of Trump ominously stalking Clinton like the shark from Jaws before “the one, the only” Ken Bone made his adorable appearance.
As in the real debate, this one ended with the two candidates saying something positive about each other.
As for Trump, he said, “I like that she's a fighter and she doesn't give up, which is why I need all my supporters to get out and vote on Election Day.