REPORT: Saturday Night Live Cast Members SOBBED On Election Night Over Trump’s Victory

Do you remember the first episode of Saturday Night Live after the election? It seemed like a funeral in the opening as a Hillary Clinton character played the piano and sang Hallelujah.

Since then, it has become a weekly Trump bashing festival. Now we know why. People who work on the show are so Liberal that they cried on election night.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

SNL Cast Members ‘Sobbed’ Over Trump Victory, Had No Idea What to Write

It won’t surprise observers of “Saturday Night Live” to learn its liberal cast took the results of the 2016 presidential election hard.

The cast members of the long-running NBC sketch show told the Hollywood Reporter they sobbed and did not know what to write in the aftermath of Donald Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton.

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Cecily Strong said she saw Clinton portrayer Kate McKinnon and they cried together over the loss. Both Strong and McKinnon were strong Clinton supporters during the campaign.

“I saw Kate in the hallway, and we hugged and sobbed,” she said.

“The day after the election got extremely sad and very disorienting,” said “Weekend Update” anchor Colin Jost. “People didn’t know what to write. No one was feeling very funny.”

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The next time SNL makes fun of Trump or his team members, just remember these people cried like babies the night Hillary Clinton lost the election.

How sad.


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