Stormy Daniels on Saturday Night Live Is Absolutely Perfect

She joined a seriously star-studded cast last night to mock Trump’s legal woes.

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The latest episode of Saturday Night Live was a star-studded event including Ben Stiller as Donald Trump’s incompetent lawyer Michael Cohen, Scarlett Johansson as Ivanka Trump, and Martin Short as doctor Harold Bornstein.

The real draw though was Stormy Daniels in the flesh—playing, of course, herself.

The adult actress, who claims she had an affair with Trump in 2006, appears at the end of the skit when Cohen calls her at Trump’s request. Alec Baldwin reprises his role as the president and asks Daniels what he can do to end the scandal “once and for all.”

Daniels gets the last word.

It’s amazing, watch it here:

 

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