Hillary Clinton Asks Electoral College Member Not to Vote for Donald Trump in SNL’s ‘Love Actually’ Spoof

Cue the cue cards! Kate McKinnon reprised her acclaimed role as Hillary Clinton in a hilarious Love Actually spoof on Saturday Night Live on Saturday, December 17.

In a sketch titled "Hillary Actually," Clinton asked an electoral college member (Cecily Strong) not to vote for rival Donald Trump. Parodying Keira Knightley and Andrew Lincoln's beloved scene from the 2003 romantic comedy, Clinton used oversize cue cards to urge the voter to have a last-minute change of heart.

"Hi, It's me, Hillary Rodham Clinton," the note cards read. "Let me just say because it's Christmas, and at Christmas you tell the truth, I know you're an elector and on December 19th you're supposed to vote for Donald Trump … But bish, he cray."

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Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton in Saturday Night Live's 'Love Actually' spoof. Courtesy NBC

The former secretary of state then listed a number of reasons why the real estate mogul shouldn't become the 45th president of the United States, including his refusal to accept security briefings in the wake of Russia's hacking scandal.

"Listen, I know I lost the election and we may never know why … *cough* Russia *cough* … But I still care about this country," Clinton's cue cards read. "You don't even have to vote for me. I'm coo. Just vote for literally anyone else. Like John Kasich, Tom Hanks, Zendaya, The Rock, a rock."

Clinton then offered to pay the $1,000 fine the faithless elector would be penalized with by quoting The Help: "You is kind, you is smart, you is important."

Before the elector closes her door, the former first lady delivers one final message: "But keep in mind. If Donald Trump becomes president, he will kill us all."

Watch "Hillary Actually" above!

Saturday Night Live airs on NBC Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. ET.

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