The gay comedian asks who Ben Ghazi is, along with other tough questions.
Instead of focusing on the content of Clinton's speech, some pundits criticize the tone of her voice.
From Chevy Chase as a clumsy Gerald Ford to Kate McKinnon as an eager Hillary Clinton, SNL has shaped the way Americans view our presidential candidates.
"It was the most regressive, least inclusive platform in modern political history," said the former First Daughter.
Out rocker Susan Surftone describes how Hillary Clinton has provided years of inspiration.
The line of the night: “A man you can bait with a tweet is not a man we can trust with nuclear weapons.”
The Democratic nominee vowed to build a stronger economy, corporate reform, more jobs with rising wages, a higher minimum wage, common-sense gun and criminal justice reforms.