Saturday Night Live targeted President Trump and Joe Biden’s town halls and likened the Democratic nominee to a television icon.
Jim Carrey re-entered the role of Joe Biden, who asked questions from members of the public about his proposed policies, and although the sketch suggested that both events were relatively uninformative, they mocked Biden’s manners.
The video cut back and forth between the segments of the Trump and Biden events, and at one point Kerry, like Biden, put on a red vest and began to sing.
“Let’s make the most of this beautiful day,” he sang in the style of Mr. Rodgers, who was known for wearing a sweater as he greeted the audience with a song. “Since we are together, you can say: Would you be mine …”
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Then the audience joined in the melody.
“Can you be mine, won’t you be my neighbor?” They sang along with the presidential candidate.
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The sketch is then cut into a frame by Trump’s mayor’s office depicting the president, played by Alec Baldwin, in a WWE-style battle with Savannah Guthrie – played by Kate McKinnon – who moderated the debate.
Carrie’s Biden Bull, who was now dressed as Bob Ross. Wearing a blue painting shirt and a large, round wig, the candidate also paints a picture on a mountain stage.
“And you see, every tree has its own personality, just like America,” he said. “Does that answer your question, Justin?”
Regarding the long-term event, a member of the audience replied, “If I say yes, can I sit down? Both my legs are asleep.”
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The sketch also mocked Trump several times, breaking jokes about his tax scandal, his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein and others.