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Tina Fey's 'Ghost of Sarah Palin' Has Advice for the Trump Administration

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The comedian revived her famous impersonation on the star-studded Saturday Night Live finale. 

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Tina Fey's Sarah Palin has some advice for the Trump administration.

The comedian revived her famous impersonation during the Saturday Night Live finale, in order to lead a star-studded musical number -- "What I Did for Trump," a spoof of A Chorus Line's "What I Did for Love" -- that offered political widsom.

"It's me, the ghost of Sarah Palin," joked Fey's Palin in her Saturday introduction. "I'm still alive. But you had to think about it, didn't ya?"

Fey explained that her character is an example of a person once near the height of political power -- the first woman on a Republican presidential ticket -- that can fall very quickly from grace. "Now I get paid to tweet for Bass Pro Shops!" Fey as Palin quipped. "One minute you're on top, and then you're gone in the blink of a Scaramucci."

Addressing a stable of comedians impersonating former and current White House officials -- Aidy Bryant as Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Kate McKinnon as Kellyanne Conway, John Goodman as Rex Tillerson, and Leslie Jones as Omarosa -- Fey's Palin offered these words of wisdom: "Enjoy your moment, who knows how long it will last!"

Watch the skit below.

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Daniel Reynolds is the editor of social media for The Advocate. A native of New Jersey, he writes about entertainment, health, and politics.
Daniel Reynolds is the editor of social media for The Advocate. A native of New Jersey, he writes about entertainment, health, and politics.