Kate McKinnon revived her imitation of Senator Elizabeth Warren on Saturday Night Live this weekend. In an interview with Weekend Update host Colin Jost on the upcoming Massachusetts Democratic presidential campaign in 2020.
"I'm ready to fight. Are you in this fight, Colin? Because I want you in this fight. We have to fight, "McKinnon said, picking up a central theme from Warren's populist message.
" They say that word is a lot of fighting, "Jost remarked.
McKinnon replied that it was a woman fighting fighter, which fights for the middle class and politics like Medicare for All.
"I think Monday Night Raw would be hosted by NPR's Terry Gross," she said.
"Jost McKinnon asked after the recent media coverage of whether Warren was" sympathetic "enough to win the presidency.
" Look, I'm sorry I'm not young and pretty like that Donald & # 39; Jackass & # 39; Trump, "McKinnon replied.
" Was the article sexist? Of course it was, "she continued. "Am I sympathetic? Do not try. But no prostate examination. But you need one or you will die. When McKinnon was asked about the potential candidates for Democratic candidacy, McKinnon noted that former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders would be in their late 70s. McKinnon added that the reason for the former Texas Rep. Beto O'Rourke, who is considering a presidential campaign after his unsuccessful Senate request, is "a beautiful face and a good skin" because "he's nothing has done.
Jost also asked for Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, who had just jumped into the race this week.
"Oh, do not you mean Kirsten Stole-my-Brand? "McKinnon replied, pointing to the development of the New York Senator toward more progressive views.
"Medicare for all, what a novel concept," she continued. "I've been saying this since 1
(After having beaten herself, Warren officially supported a single-payer health insurance system in 2017.)
McKinnon finally responded to the recent DNA test that Warren's controversy over her claim to have Heritage of Indians in India addressed.
"The test came back 100 percent," she said. "Who knew that Race Science was not a good PR strategy?"
"Lost this fight," McKinnon added.