Margot Robbie Perfectly Spoofs Ivanka Trump on Saturday Night Live’s ‘Celebrity Family Feud’

Could be twins! Margot Robbie spoofed Ivanka Trump during a round of "Celebrity Family Feud" on Saturday Night Live.

The hilarious skit pitted members of Donald Trump's team against those who support Hillary Clinton. In addition to Ivanka, the GOP presidential candidate's group included his campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway (Kate McKinnon); Governor Chris Christie (Bobby Moynihan) and Vladimir Putin (Beck Bennett).

Clinton's team, meanwhile, included Bill Clinton (Darrell Hammond), Sarah Silverman (SNL newcomer Melissa Villaseñor), Hamilton's Lin-Manuel Miranda (Cecily Strong) and Senator Bernie Sanders, played by Larry David.

Kenan Thompson as Steve Harvey, Kate McKinnon as Kellyanne Conway, Margot Robbie as Ivanka Trump, Bobby Moynihan as New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and Beck Bennett as Russian president Vladimir Putin during the "Celebrity Family Feud" sketch on Oct. 1, 2016. Will Heath/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

Robbie, 26, particularly nailed her impression. She enunciated every word she spoke and wore a similar pink dress that the businesswoman, 34, wore at the Republican National Convention in July. To top it off, a fan blew her blonde wig in her face, just as it seemed to do during Ivanka's RNC speech.

"What a pleasure it is to be here, Steve," she said on SNL. "This is fun. I love fun. Every day I schedule 20 minutes of fun."

Host Steve Harvey, played by Kenan Thompson, couldn't help but flirt. "Oh, you sexy," he said. "I know that might sound inappropriate, but if your daddy can say it, so can I."

Back in 2006, the media mogul, 70, said during The View that his eldest daughter had a nice figure. "I've said that if Ivanka weren't my daughter, perhaps I would be dating her," he said at the time.

Cohost Joy Behar jumped in: "Stop it! Oh, that's so weird. Stop it!"

Some were just as taken aback when Donald hugged Ivanka at the RNC in Cleveland. After she introduced him on stage, he awkwardly held onto her hips before they embraced.

"That was not even a real hug. He held both her arms, cupping his hands around her forearms to keep her at a certain distance from him. She also didn't go in close," body language expert Patti Wood told Us at the time of the pair's interaction. "There was no heart-to-heart contact. There was no pelvis-to-pelvis contact. That was really odd. There was no real warmth."

Watch the SNL skit in the video above!

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