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Saturday Night Live Doesn't Throw Away Its Shot to Tackle Donald Trump's Lewd Remarks

The Tony Award-winning creator of Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda, was finally in the room where Saturday Night Live happens this week, and he did not disappoint as host. The episode opened with a rap-filled monologue that riffed on Hamilton's "My Shot," and Miranda nailed it because that's what... Read More > Other Links From Saturday Night Live Lin-Manuel Miranda Alec Baldwin Do
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