It seems like Republican candidate Donald Trump isn’t the only one attacking supporters of presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders this weekend. American comedian, writer, and TV producer Larry David keeps it casual while heading to the Saturday Night Live after-party on Saturday, March 12.
The 68-year-old David made another guest appearance on SNL with his spot-on impersonation of Vermont senator Sanders.
The American comedian doing his uncanny Sanders impersonation expressed his gratitude to Sanders’ supporters for the surprise upset at Michigan’s Democratic primary, which happened on Tuesday. David then offered an apology to his supporters for flooding their Facebook feeds.
David as Sanders stated that he loves his supporters, but they’re too much. Then David said that although he’s great, he’s not five-posts-a-day great. He added that, with all due respect to his supporters, they need to get a life.
As stated by Just Jared, Larry said as he impersonated Sanders, “My message is resonating with a very diverse group of white people.
“And I’ve got supporters of all ages – 18-year-old’s, 19-year-old’s…that’s it. The young adults love them for the reason that I’m like them. I have a lot of big plans and absolutely no idea how to achieve them.”
The Hollywood Reporter states that the TV show made fun of Hillary Clinton’s attempts to appeal to millennials with a campaign ad. Kate McKinnon’s version of the candidate for the Democratic nomination in the 2016 election literally starts morphing into Sanders.