Kate McKinnon and Alec Baldwin took on their personas one last time
It was all kisses, and more kisses, for the final installment of the US sketch show 'Saturday Night Live' looking at the presidential election.
Kate McKinnon and Alec Baldwin take on their personas one last time before election day on November 8th.
The piece starts off with the two taking shots at each other over Cinton's e-mails and Trump's tweets.
It also questions why the FBI announced another investigation into Mrs Clinton's e-mails - to which 'Clinton' replied: "Am I crazy or does it sort of seem like the FBI is trying to get Donald Trump elected president?".
'Trump' then says he does not know the FBI, and that they do not like him. An 'FBI agent' then comes into camera and kisses 'Trump'.
Then the issue of Vladimir Putin is raised, after which a topless 'Putin' comes on camera and also kisses 'Trump'.
'Clinton' then talks about her rival being endorsed by the Klu Klux Klan - and, again, a man dressed in KKK garb kisses 'Trump'.
But perhaps the best part is when 'Trump' and 'Clinton' put their differences aside, join hands and run into the streets of New York City together.
It could happen...