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"Baldwin was the first person I ever experienced being blocked by on Twitter, after he used his account with hundreds of thousands of followers to berate me for. writing about a fundraiser he'd hosted in a way he didn't find satisfactory", Haberman said.

During last night's cold open on Saturday Night Live, FOX News' Laura Ingraham (Kate McKinnon) talks to Judge Jeanine Pirro (Cecily Strong) and David Clarke (Kenan Thompson) about a caravan of illegal immigrants headed for the USA border.

McKinnon's Ingraham said that the liberal media was trying to label President Trump as a racist, but that "except for his words and actions throughout his life" that Trump isn't racist.

Tara Palmeri (pictured above right), an ABC News White House correspondent, is now recalling on Twitter how Baldwin once said something incredibly very bad to her when she was working as a tabloid reporter in New York City. "The phrase white nationalist is bad".

The sketch featured cast members playing Laura Ingraham and Jeanine Pirro as they rolled fake footage of the impoverished asylum-seekers.

"I haven't just heard about it, I have seen it with my own eyes", Pirro said, rolling footage of Americans fighting for holiday doorbusters.

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"My God, and those are humans?" asked McKinnon's Ingraham.

The long list included "Mexicans", "Guatemalans", as well as "the Menendez brothers. and several Babadooks".

There were also jokes made about who made up the caravan.

Strong's Pirro then showed more "footage" of the caravan which was a clip from the zombie flick World War Z. "Basically, yeah", Clarke responded. Thompson's character also poked fun at the number of immigrant women that are pregnant.

The tips? "Never Vote on Tuesdays...ballots can be confusing -if you see an R on the ballot that means "really a Democrat" and the letter D means 'dassa Republican, and tip three, you already voted".