The “Saturday Night Live” crew took a crack at the second presidential debate — and predicted that Donald Trump can’t possibly have a chance at winning the election following two weeks lined with campaign-shattering scandals for the Republican nominee.
The mock moderators quickly got to the point as they welcomed audience members to “the second and worst ever presidential debate.”
“Now let’s get this nightmare started,” Cecily Strong as moderator Martha Raddatz said as Alec Baldwin, staring as Trump, and Kate McKinnon, staring as Hillary Clinton, came onstage.
Overly dramatic music played and audience members broke out laughing as the two circled each other, refusing to shake each other’s hands.
The “Saturday Night Live” crew took on the second presidential debate — and predicted Trump’s demise.
Echoing Trump’s actual response to a recently revealed 2005 hot mic recording, which caught the brash mogul bragging about sexually abusing women, Baldwin said “Look, what I said is nothing compared to what Bill Clinton has done, okay.”
“What about the women accusing you of sexual assault?” the female moderator asked.
“They need to shut the hell up,” Baldwin shot back.
Baldwin loomed over Clinton in a similar fashion to what Trump was doing during the actual debate.
Trump was criticized for looming over Clinton during the second debate — and Baldwin took it to a new level as he snuck up on McKinnon, and yelled in her ear while she was trying to respond to a question about Obamacare.
For the final question, McKinnon — like Clinton — was asked to describe one characteristic that she liked in her opponent.
“Donald Trump and I disagree on about almost everything but I do like how generous he is. Just last Friday, he handed me this election,” McKinnon said, referring to the hot mic tape.
Internet sensation Ken Bone made a guest appearance during the mock debate.
Other cringeworthy moments included a guest appearance by Internet sensation Ken Bone, who was recently discovered to have made some highly questionable Reddit posts about Trayvon Martin and pornography.
“You’re not going to turn out some creep are you, Ken?” one of the moderators asked.
“Maybe,” Bone leered.