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She went on to express her views around the current field of candidates, telling audience members “when we started doing our show the idea of a presidential candidate being a cursing, narcissistic buffoon was a joke.” Whilst not mentioning the candidate by name, many of Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ comments were clearly aimed at the current Republican frontrunner, Donald Trump.
Louis-Dreyfus made her Season 4 closed on a hung election, with Meyer’s career left hanging in uncertainty.
The debate saw Kate Mc Kinnon in her role as Hillary Clinton, whilst Larry David once again reprised his role as Bernie Sanders, the two remaining Democratic candidates.
Interestingly, viewers of version of the Democratic debate then proceeded into the usual slapstick slinging match between Hillary Clinton, played by Kate Mc Kinnon, and Bernie Sanders, played by Larry David.
will continue to poke fun at the presidential election on May 7 when Brie Larson hosts.By then, the real political landscape around the presidential election is sure to have shifted greatly.