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‘Saturday Night Live’ Ratings Slip, Still Very Strong with Host Emily Blunt & Donald Trump Parodies

The fall 2016 episodes of NBC’s Saturday Night Live, which follow the race for the White House between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, continue to score the show’s highest household ratings since fall 2012 when the country was embroiled in a battle between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Last night's show with host Emily Blunt and musical guest Bruno Mars, which featured two Trump-themed skits, drew a 5.
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