Television's foremost (only?) Hillary Clinton impressionist, Kate McKinnon, introduced a new Hillary 2016 ad during last night's "Saturday Night Live" in which Hillary tries to appeal to millennial voters by slowly morphing into the candidate they clearly want: Bernie Sanders.
"I, Hillary Clinton, share all of your exact same beliefs," she began. "And I always have. Since the beginning of my campaign, I have constantly said we need a revolution in the streets ... because America should be for everyone, not just a handful of millionaires and billionaires."
Like millennials, McKinnon-as-Clinton, fading into a New York accent, said she's angry too, "because the top 10% of the top 1% control 90% of the wealth," adding, "I've always said that, ever since I was a young boy growing up in Brooklyn."
"So thank you, millennials, for lending your support to the biggest outsider Jew in the race: Hillary Rodham Clinton," she said, dressed in baggy suit, wire-frame glasses, and a white-haired old man wig. "There's a lot of work to be done, and that is why I'm sick and tired of hearing about my own damn emails."
Watch the full sketch below: