SNL cast members ‘sobbed’ when Trump won? Here’s why you shouldn’t cry for them

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Some sad news from the set of SNL:

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Oh, the humanity!

Cecily Strong said she saw Clinton portrayer Kate McKinnon and they cried together over the loss. Both Strong and McKinnon were strong Clinton supporters during the campaign.

“I saw Kate in the hallway, and we hugged and sobbed,” she said.

“The day after the election got extremely sad and very disorienting,” said “Weekend Update” anchor Colin Jost. “People didn’t know what to write. No one was feeling very funny.”

That’s too bad, because we think that’s pretty funny.

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Also funny? The Hillary Fan Club at SNL was apparently totally fine milking Trump for ratings, in spite of all of the awful things he’d said on the campaign trail:

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Yeah. They did. With pleasure.

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Are we supposed to feel sorry for them or something? If anything, this only makes them look even more pathetic.

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No kidding.

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