‘SNL’ Spoofs Beyonce’s “Sorry” Video To Take Another Jab At Donald Trump

With just under 30 days before the 2016 Presidential Election, the race for the White House has gone past a boiling point. One minute the Clinton campaign is dealing with Wiki Leaks, the next a new woman is coming forward accusing Donald Trump of sexual harassment. While there may be a lot to keep up with during this election cycle, the good folks over a Saturday Night Live have provided comedic relief for anyone who needs it.

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The ladies of the sketch comedy spoof Beyonce’s black-and-white video “Sorry” from her latest album Lemonade. Funny woman Cecily Strong plays Trump’s fed-up wife Melania, while the show’s co-host and star of the new thriller “Girl On The Train” Emily Blunt plays Trump’s daughter, Ivanka. Sasheer Zamata is the G.O.P candidate’s one black friend Omarosa, and the man of the hour is played by none other Alec Baldwin.

In the four-minute clip appropriatley titled Melanianade (get it? Melaniande like Lemonade?) Mrs. Trump is tired of her husband’s behavior and the allegations that are coming to light. She wants him gone and has enlisted her girls to help during the break up. Baldwin, with his pursed lips, donning a Trump-esque toupee is sprinkled throughout the video for dramatic effect. And while a lot of people got the joke, the 70-year-old candidate didn’t laugh out loud one bit.

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Watch the video for yourself.