Saturday Night Live began its 42nd season with a new Donald Trump: Alec Baldwin, 16-time host of SNL, was tapped to play the Republican candidate for president (as recommended by Tina Fey), and he nailed it.
"Our jobs are fleeing this country. ... They're going to China (pronounced 'Jy-na'). ... If Hillary knew how, she would have done it already. Period. End of story. I won the debate. I stayed calm, just like I promised. It is over. Goodnight, Hofstra," he said at the start of the nearly 10-minute ske...
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