Alec Baldwin, Kate McKinnon break out of their Trump-Hillary characters on SNL

Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon have perfected their roles as presidential contenders Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton during a campaign season that’s provided a steady stream of satirical fodder, but on the final “Saturday Night Live” before Tuesday’s election, they broke character.

“I’m sorry, Kate,” Baldwin said in the middle of a Trump rant. “I just hate yelling all this stuff at you like this.”

“Yeah. I know, right?” she responded. “This whole election has been so mean.”

“I just feel gross all the time. Don’t you guys feel gross all the time about this?” Baldwin said to the audience’s applause.

“You know what I think can help us? Let’s get out of here,” McKinnon said, and they bolted out the door. After galavanting through Times Square the two returned to the stage.

“And now this it’s time to get out there and vote,” Baldwin said. “None of this will have mattered if you don’t get out there and vote.”

“And we can’t tell you who to vote for,” McKinnon added, “but on Tuesday we all get a chance to decide what kind of country we want to live in.”

 

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