On Saturday, SNL targeted Ivanka Trump for the first time, tasking guest host Scarlett Johansson with the First Lady's First Daughter's portrayal.
Actress Scarlett Johansson plays Ivanka in an ad parody about a new perfume called "Complicit". And who knows what she does "before saying the name of the false perfume " Complicit "(Complice).
"A feminist, an advocate, a champion for women", the "SNL" voiceover said. And it aims to take her down as yet another one of the Trump bunch, despite her distractingly lovely exterior (which, as the mirror moment shows, isn't what she sees when she looks at her own reflection).
The brief prerecorded sketch mocked Ivanka for her support of her father, even after his multitude of sexual harassment scandals and misogynistic comments in the media.
'Complicit, the fragrance for the woman who could stop this.but won't'.
"For the woman who could stop all of this but won't": The sketch saw Johansson glide past admirers as a voice over delivered taglines. And knows what she's doing. "Oh, how we see her", the voiceover continues. Thompson informed Baldwin's Trump that everyone in California had been killed by the aliens.
Ivanka knows where her bread is buttered.
The spoof commercial then goes on to address her feminist credentials while noting Trump's past controversies.
Leslie Jones brought back her ninja character, Shanice Goodwin, now competing against another ninja (Johansson), while Kate McKinnon reprised her frisky part-mermaid, part blobfish, Shud. Will Donald Trump or Ivanka react to this? Devoted. Probably should have bounced after that whole Access Hollywood bus thing."This being a reference to the leaked 2005 video recording of Trump bragging about groping women". "Who here loves Trump?"
In another political minded bit last night (you can watch Alec Baldwin's Trump cold open here), SNL unveiled "Complicit", a new fragrance by Ivanka Trump that suggests the First Daughter is, well, complicit.
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