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Videos: Emily Blunt Mocks Trump With Beyoncé Parody On Saturday Night Live

While Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon grabbed the morning headlines by reenacting scenes from Jaws at the second presidential debate in the cold open, there were plenty more politically-minded sketches on last night's episode of Saturday Night Live. Host Emily Blunt was front and center for the other standout pre-taped sketch of the night, Melanianade, in which the ladies of SNL performed a wonderfully faithful parody of Beyoncé's "Sorry" with Melania Trump, Omarosa, Kellyanne Conway, and Ivanka and Tiffany Trump singing about being done with Donald.
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