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Tina Fey brought back her celebrated Sarah Palin impersonation as she spoofed the former Alaska governor's endorsement of Donald Trump during last night's SNL cold open.

The sketch mocked Palin's much talked-about stump speech in Iowa on Wednesday, borrowing actual phrases from the speech and poking fun at its unique rhyming style.

"I'm here for all you teachers and teamsters, you farmers and charmers. Whether you're a mom, or two broke girls, or three men and a baby. Or a rock 'n' roller, holy roller, pushing stroller, pro-bowler with an abscess molar."

Trump, as played by Darrell Hammond, interjected with commentary about how "crazy" she was.

“She’s fun,” he said. "She just says whatever she wants. It's like her mouth starts driving before her brain gets in the car."

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