WATCH: 'Hillary Clinton' Courts Millennials by Turning Into Bernie Sanders

Hillary Clinton, Kate McKinnon

In her latest depiction of the Democratic front-runner, Kate McKinnon shows Hillary Clinton trying to court the millennial vote by morphing into Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. 

McKinnon, who is believed to be the first out lesbian castmember on Saturday Night Live, depicts Clinton as a candidate who constantly changes her position. In the spoof, "Hillary Clinton" picks up Sanders's Brooklyn accent and dresses like him while talking about "the need for revolution."

Clinton has previously endorsed McKinnon's depiction of her. She went on SNL last fall and appeared in a sketch alongside McKinnon, who mocks the candidate's slowness in backing marriage equality on the show. "I could have supported it sooner," McKinnon as Clinton tells the real candidate, playing a bartender in the SNL sketch. 

During a recent Republican debate, Clinton's campaign tweeted out GIFs of McKinnon reacting to the GOP candidates:

An image that reads, "Feel the Bern. For Her," appears on the screen as the sketch comes to an end. It's a riff on Clinton's campaign hashtag, #ImWithHer. "I'm whoever you want me to be, and I approve this message," says McKinnon, dressed as Bernie Sanders, as the video ends.  

Watch the full clip of "Hillary Clinton" below. 

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