“Millennials, your voice is important. You’re the ones who will decide the election,” Clinton says. “Because there are so many of you… so, so many.”
The skit narrowed in on the former Secretary of State’s struggle to acquire strong support from millennials, as people under 30 have continued to favor her New York-bred opponent.
The SNL sketch went on as any other Clinton ad would…until she started speaking in a never-before-heard Brooklyn accent.
“I know you millennials, You’re fired up, you’re angry and I’m angry too. “Because the top 10% of the top 1% control 90% of the wealth in this country!” she shouts.
“I’m whoever you want me to be and I approve this message,” she says. “I’m tryin’ here, guys.”
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