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Dave Chappelle, McKinnon enact Donald Trump-Hillary in “Saturday Night Live”, Wish Trump luck

"Saturday Night Live" marked Dave Chappelle's return to comedy almost after a year, following his popular "Chappelle's Show," while McKinnon appeared as Hillalry Clinton in white funeral costumes sang Leonard Cohen's popular track "Hallelujah.

Dave Chappelle, host of NBC’s popular “Saturday Night Live” came with a hilarious take on Donald Trump’s surprise win in US Election.

The “Saturday Night Live” marked Dave Chappelle’s return to comedy almost after a year, following his popular “Chappelle’s Show,” while McKinnon appeared as Hilalry Clinton in white funeral costumes sang Leonard Cohen’s popular track “Hallelujah.”

McKinnon ended by saying, “I’m not giving up and neither should you. And live from New York, it’s Saturday night.”

“We’ve actually elected an internet troll as its president,” Chappelle said. “I haven’t seen white people this mad since the O.J. verdict”, he quipped on enacting Donald Trump.

“We’ve been here before,” Chappelle said of black people. “Why do we have to say that black lives matter?” he wondered. “I admit it is not the best slogan, but McDonald’s already took ‘You deserve a break today.”

Referring to anti-Trump protesters in US, “marching up the street right now as we speak,” Chappelle described an anecdote on his attending a party at the White House, when all were black. He reminisced by electing Barack Obama as US president, US underwent a huge change from those times, when blacks were not even allowed inside White House.

“In that spirit, I’m wishing Donald Trump luck and I’m gonna give him a chance. And, we the historically disenfranchised, demand that he give us one too,” Chappelle ended his speech.

Watch the performance here:

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