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Tina Fey Slams Charlottesville Demonstrators On SNL Weekend Update: 'Nazis Are Always Bad!'

Tina Fey made a surprise appearance on SNL's Weekend Update to talk about her alma matter, the KKK, Nazis, and "Donny John Trump," a name she pronounced really stupid-sounding. She didn't hold back, either. Via Gossipcop.com: “He condemns violence on many sides and I’m feeling sick ’cause I’ve seen Raiders of the Last Ark and wasn’t confused by it. Nazis are always bad.
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