On this week’s Saturday Night Live, Cecily Strong brought back her Melania Trump impression to receive advice from a few other first ladies.
In the sketch, Melania was worried about her appearance at the State of the Union Address. “Oh, I don’t belong as first lady,” she opined. “I wish I could talk to someone who’s been through this whole mess before.”
Natalie Portman appeared, reprising her Oscar-nominated role as Jackie Kennedy. “I have come to you in your hour of need, because I know how trying being first lady can be.” She continued, “All first ladies have a platform. Yours is bullying, mine was little hats.”
Then Kate McKinnon showed up as Hillary Clinton to say, “Look, Melania, I feel your pain, but you married him,” Clinton said. “Like America, you had a choice. So don’t choose to eat 7/11 sushi and then come to me saying, ‘Uh-oh, something’s wrong!’”
Watch the clip below to also see Leslie Jones as Michelle Obama and Aidy Bryant as a hilarious Martha Washington.