WATCH: SNL's Kate McKinnon Mocks Fox News In Last Show Before Midterms


This past weekend, NBC's "Saturday Night Live" kicked off their last show before the midterm elections with an opening from Fox New's Laura Ingraham (played by Kate McKinnon).

“Good evening, I’m Laura Ingraham,” McKinnon said. “We’re live from the Arizona border where a vicious caravan of dozens, maybe millions, of illegal immigrants are heading straight for you and your grandchildren.”

McKinnon addressed the 'Ingraham Angle' viewers about how the liberal media has attempted to label President Trump as racist, denying that the was, "except for his words and actions throughout his life."

“All of a sudden the word ‘nationalist’ is bad,” she said. “The word ‘white’ is bad. The phrase ‘white nationalist’ is bad! When I hear the word, ‘white nationalist’ I just think of a fun Fourth of July barbecue that you don’t have to call the cops on.”

Then she brought on guest Jeanine Pirro, played by Cecily Strong, to comment on the caravan headed toward the border.

“It’s an absolute disgrace,” said 'Pirro'.

“What is?” asked McKinnon’s Ingraham.

“Just whatever you are talking about!” She responded.

McKinnon wrapped up the show opening with a few voting tips for her 'Hispanic viewers', telling them to "never vote on Tuesdays".

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