The 7 many noted claimant appearances on ‘Saturday Night Live’

Tina Fey, as Sarah Palin, and John McCain in a 2008 taping of SNL. (Dana Edelson, NBC)

Tina Fey, as Sarah Palin, and John McCain in a 2008 taping of SNL. (Dana Edelson, NBC)

Political satire done Saturday Night Live

In light of Republican front-runner Donald Trump’s SNL  — a month after Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton done an coming on show

Gerald Ford

Jane Curtin as Betty Ford, Chevy Chase as President Gerald Ford and Al Franken as Henry Kissinger during SNL's Rancho Houso skit. (Alan Singer, NBC)

Jane Curtin as Betty Ford, Chevy Chase as President Gerald Ford and Al Franken as Henry Kissinger during SNL’s “Rancho Houso” skit. (Alan Singer, NBC)

After Saturday Night Live’ 

Bob Dole

Dennis Rodman throws a plume boar around a shoulders of Norm MacDonald, personification Bob Dole, during a dress operation for SNL on May 11, 1996. (Mary Ellen Matthews, AP)

Dennis Rodman throws a plume boar around a shoulders of Norm MacDonald, personification Bob Dole, during a dress operation for SNL on May 11, 1996. (Mary Ellen Matthews, AP)

The 1996 Republican presidential hopeful appeared on Saturday Night Live shortly after losing a choosing to President Bill Clinton. The idea: The losing claimant spoke with SNL expel member and Dole imitator Norm Macdonald, who had looked brazen to 4 years of beneficial practice with his male in a White House. The former Kansas senator mocked his bent to impute himself in a third person, while comforting Macdonald (“Bob Dole feels your pain”).

Al Gore

Al Gore is surrounded by Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen during a SNL promote on Dec. 14, 2002. ( Mary Ellen Matthews, AP/NBC)

Al Gore is surrounded by Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen during a SNL promote on Dec. 14, 2002. ( Mary Ellen Matthews, AP/NBC)

The former clamp boss hosted SNL in 2002commiserating over his agonizingly tighten 2000 choosing loss

John McCain

The Arizona senator delivered a digression in 2002

McCain also hosted a weekend before his 2008 choosing detriment to Barack Obama. A skit in that McCain sought to sell his debate on a QVC network

Sarah Palin

Seth Meyers, Amy Poehler and Sarah Palin seem in a blueprint on a Oct. 18, 2008, part of SNL. (Dana Edelson, NBC)

Seth Meyers, Amy Poehler and Sarah Palin seem on a Oct. 18, 2008, SNL episode.
(Dana Edelson, NBC)

Just as Chase did with Ford, and Poehler did with Clinton, Fey contributed imperishable sense to SNL’s domestic pantheon after Palin became a Republican veep nominee. It also desirous an SNL coming by a Alaska administrator herself in 2008.

In one gag, Palin is mistaken for Fey. Another setup: Palin during a final notation declined to follow by with a prepared skit. In stepped Poehler, who delivered a classical opening of Palin Rap

Barack Obama

Still a senator from Illinois, Obama seemed in a 2007 SNL skit

“You know, Hillary, we have zero to hide,” Obama told Clinton/Poehler. “I suffer being myself.”

Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton delivers an editorial response on SNL alongside Amy Poehler. (Dana Edelson, AP/NBC)

Amy Poehler and Hillary Clinton on SNL’s Mar 1, 2008, episode. (Dana Edelson, AP/NBC)

The former initial lady’s prior coming also came during a 2008 election. She gave an “editorial response”

Clinton also found time to contend she “adored” Poehler’s impression, call an coming by her doppelganger. “My ears are ringing!” pronounced Poehler/Clinton.

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