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Darrell Hammond Returns as President Clinton for 'Saturday Night Live' Cold Open - Watch!

Alec Baldwin and Darrell Hammond are reprising their presidential roles for Saturday Night Live!

Alec as President Trump held a rally for his supporters in New Mexico where he Darrell made a surprise return as President Bill Clinton.

When asked why he was at Trump rally, Darrell as Clinton said, “Is that what this is? I just followed the party!”

Also during the Cold Open, Alec addressed Trump‘s recent comments where he said plans on building a wall around Colorado by saying he’s “building a wall on the border of Colorado to keep the New Mexicans out.”

Donald Trump Gets Heckled During 'SNL' Monologue - Watch Now!

Donald Trump finally took the Saturday Night Live stage late Saturday evening (November 7) and it was pretty huge!

All week the SNL team has been on high alert to look-out for hecklers in the audience and their fears were proven true when a crowd member shouted “Donald Trump‘s a racist.”

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But the heckle didn’t come from just anyone – it was Larry David who jokingly explained that he was told he’d get $5,000, which Donald agreed that was a respectable business move.

Donald was also joined on stage by two other versions of himself, portrayed by SNL cast members Taran Killam and Darrell Hammond, who he told didn’t have his “talent, my money or especially my good looks.”

Watch the full monologue below, where Donald also explains why he took the hosting gig and tries to settle his beef with Rosie O’Donnell after calling her rude names during a debate…

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Hillary Clinton Impersonates Donald Trump on 'Saturday Night Live' - Watch Her Full Sketch Here!

Hillary Clinton plays a bartender named “Val” in this funny sketch from last night’s (October 3) premiere of Saturday Night Live in New York City.

The 67-year-old Presidential hopeful appeared alongside Kate McKinnon, who brought out her best Hillary impression.

“I needed to blow off some steam,” Kate says (as Hillary). “I’ve had a hard couple of 22 years.”

While talking about the election, the real Hillary mimics her competition Donald Trump with his famous phrase, “Uh, you’re all losers.”

Then, former cast member Darrell Hammond shows up as Bill Clinton, looks at the duo, and says, “My god, they’re multiplying!”

Watch Hillary Clinton‘s SNL sketch below!


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'Celebrity Jeopardy' Returns for 'SNL 40' with Will Ferrell! (Video)

Will Ferrell makes a return as Alex Trebek in the fan favorite sketch Celebrity Jeopardy during the Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Celebration held at Rockefeller Plaza on Sunday (February 15) in New York City.

The 47-year-old funny guy was joined in the sketch by Darrell Hammond as Sean Connery, Kate McKinnon as Justin Bieber, Alec Baldwin as Tony Bennett, Norm MacDonald as Burt Reynolds, Taran Killam as Christoph Waltz, and Jim Carrey as Matthew McConaughey.

Kenan Thompson also made an appearance as Bill Cosby, which was explained as a pre-taped scene from June. Watch the full skit below!

‘Celebrity Jeopardy’ Returns for ‘SNL 40′ with Will Ferrell!

Also pictured inside: Will, Alec (with wife Hilaria Baldwin), and Jim on the red carpet.

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Darrell Hammond Replacing the Late Don Pardo as 'Saturday Night Live' Announcer

Darrell Hammond, Saturday Night Live‘s longest running cast member from 1995-2009, will be returning to the show as the official announcer after Don Pardo‘s tragic passing.

The 58-year-old comedian will officially announce the cast members names and introduce the show each week – Don had the job since for over 35 years but passed away over the summer.

“I just knew it wouldn’t be anybody who sounded like Don or replicated him,” the show’s longtime running man Lorne Michaels told USA Today. “It can’t be what it was, but it could sort of be in the same tradition. And it will be nice to have Darrell around. He understands the show and will probably be helpful in ways we haven’t yet figured out.”

On the show, Darrell was known for his impressions of Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, Sean Connery, and many more.