LOOK: SNL's McKinnon Spotted Dining With Hillary Clinton in NYC
— Marlow Stern (@MarlowNYC) February 17, 2017
Hillary Clinton and actress-comedian Kate McKinnon - who has impersonated the former presidential candidate on "SNL" - were spotted at dinner in New York City this week.
The New York Post reports that the pair dined at Orso near Broadway before going to see Glenn Close in "Sunset Boulevard."
According to Page Six, laughter was heard coming from the table and at one point, a diner jokingly shouted out "lock him up!"
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) February 17, 2017
Just a few weeks ago, Bill and Hillary Clinton were greeted by raucous cheers when they attended a Broadway show.
On Thursday, Mrs. Clinton made an appearance at Grand Central Terminal for the unveiling of a new Postal Service stamp featuring late designer Oscar de la Renta.
She took a few jabs at her former campaign opponent by emphasizing that de la Renta was an immigrant to the United States.
"Oscar de la Renta was an immigrant ... and aren’t we proud and grateful that he was. ... What a fitting person to be chosen by our Postal Service -- mentioned by the way in the Constitution -- something we should all read and re-read in today’s times," she said.
McKinnon, whose portrayals of Clinton (below) have been praised by the former First Lady, has made headlines in recent weeks with her many political impersonations.
On last week's show, hosted by Alec Baldwin, McKinnon played Kellyanne Conway, Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
Meantime, President Donald Trump has continued to hit out at his former rival in the face of new reports about his campaign's communications with Russian officials.
The Democrats had to come up with a story as to why they lost the election, and so badly (306), so they made up a story - RUSSIA. Fake news!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 16, 2017
This Russian connection non-sense is merely an attempt to cover-up the many mistakes made in Hillary Clinton's losing campaign.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 15, 2017