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Universal health care comes up as Kate McKinnon Stations Elizabeth Warren on SNL open

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Universal health care comes up as Kate McKinnon Stations Elizabeth Warren on SNL open

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Dressed in a comfy red cardigan and buzzing with enthusiasm, Saturday Night Live star Kate McKinnon reprised her role as U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren on SNL’s latest cold open.The scene opened on a fictional Warren town hall in early-voting state Iowa.

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“Look at me, I’m in my natural habitat — a public school on a weekend,” McKinnon joked in her Warren get-up. She expressed faux compassion for former Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke’s departure from the applicants field:”I want to know my dust tastes, alright?”

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“You know where I pay my taxes? Every single stateout of principle,” she joked.Other cast members played town hall attendees inquiring Warren questions regarding her strategies for funding universal healthcare at the U.S. and how her plan compares to fellow Democratic candidate Joe Biden. “My plan compares favourably in that it exists,” McKinnon-as-Warren quips — a nod to recent reports the real Warren was identifying herself from other Democratic candidates.

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The Warren recently proposed to guarantee health care for every raise on the middle course.

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On SNL’s chilly open, McKinnon-as-Warren joked by taxing banks and big 17, that she’d get funding. “What did you think I was going to do, hold up a gas station?” She said as the audience laughed. — With files by The Associated Press


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