Tina Fey's Sarah Palin impression is legendary, and she chose the perfect moment to bring it back.
Palin announced she would be endorsing Donald Trump for president last Tuesday.
So naturally, Fey spoofed the former U.S. Republican vice-presidential candidate on "Saturday Night Live" last night, delivering a fake endorsement speech, starting with a shout out to the "lame-stream media."
"They say Trump and his Trumpeters are right-winging, bitter-clinging, proud clingers of our guns. But he can kick ISIS' ass, because he commands fire," she said.
"Trump" then goes on to say that he thinks Palin is a little bit crazy.
"I hope nobody's allergic to nuts, because we got a big one here."
At the end of her speech, Fey as Palin said she doesn't actually want Trump to become president.
'Guess what, America, I don't really think this guy should be president," she said.
"I'm just here, 'cause he's promised me a spot in his cabinet. And I belong in a cabinet, 'cause I'm full of spice and I've got a great rack."
Actor Rob Lowe summed up the sketch in one tweet.
Tina Fey doing Palin on SNL is one of the reasons for living.— Rob Lowe (@RobLowe) January 24, 2016
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