'Saturday Night Live' Presents Its Final Presidential Debate Spoof This Election Cycle

Alec Baldwin pokes fun at Trump and his brother in his final appearance as Trump in a debate spoof.

In the final presidential debate spoof this cycle, Saturday Night Live pulled out all the stops for Kate McKinnon and Alec Baldwin's reprisals of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump—including getting Tom Hanks to play Fox News moderator Chris Wallace.

"This is like the third Lord of the Rings movie," Hanks says. "You don't really want to watch, but hey, you've come this far.

Playing on Clinton's recent bump in the polls, McKinnon says that in the first debate she "set the table. In the second I fired up the grill. And tonight, I feast," she says, pulling out two steak knives. 

"In the past I have been big and loud, but tonight, I am a sweet little baby Trump," Baldwin says in a low voice, before almost immediately screaming that doctors who perform late-term abortions "are ripping babies out of vaginas."

On the issue of immigration, Baldwin-as-Trump says that people are "pouring into this country from Mexico, and a lot of them are very bad hombres," lifting the controversial phrase from Trump's actual speech during the debate. "Oh, Bingo! I got Bingo!" McKinnon screams, pulling out a Bingo card lined with insulting and racist Trump sayings, like "They're all living in hell" and "If she weren't my daughter."

It also features Baldwin stammering about ISIS in Iran and Iraq, McKinnon forcefully rejecting the moderator's attempts to talk about the Wikileaks dump of her campaign adviser's email messages, and Baldwin repeating Trump's line that "nobody respects women more than I do." As the crowd did in the debate, the crowd bust into forceful laughter. 

In an undeniably funny meta joke, Baldwin jokes about Trump's supporters and celebrity surrogates. "I have the cream of the crop," Baldwin says. "Sarah Palin ... I've even got the best Baldwin brother. Stephen Baldwin."

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