Newswire: At the end of an ugly campaign, SNL’s Trump and Clinton go on a feel-good rampage

Saturday Night Live made some great hay out of this contentious election season, bringing in ringer Alec Baldwin to play an appropriately scowly and bombastic Donald Trump alongside Kate McKinnon’s enduringly driven (and hilarious) Hillary Clinton. So last night’s Benedict Cumberbatch-hosted episode, being as it was the final chance to get in some licks at the dueling presidential candidates before Tuesday’s election, seemed to start on familiar ground. The nominees squared off once again, this time on CNN’s Erin Burnett OutFront. Baldwin’s Trump had to be told that his Twitter rantings are, in fact, open to the public. (“Really? And I’m still in this thing? America, you must really hate this lady.”) And McKinnon’s Hillary, praying for any other topic, was naturally asked about her emails, despite the fact that Trump was seen literally cozying up to the FBI, a hooded Klansman, and …

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