President-Elect Bill Clinton stops by a McDonald's on his jog.

President-Elect Bill Clinton stops by a McDonald's on his jog.

SNL - Bill Clinton by Darrell Hammond    http://www.hulu.com/watch/36865/saturday-night-live-update-bill-clinton

SNL - Bill Clinton by Darrell Hammond http://www.hulu.com/watch/36865/saturday-night-live-update-bill-clinton

Darrell Hammond is an American actor, stand-up comedian and impressionist. He was a regular on Saturday Night Live from 1995 until 2009, the longest tenure of any cast member in the show's history. Upon his departure, Hammond, at age 53, was also the oldest cast member in the show's history. Hammond has made more SNL appearances than any other cast member and has impersonated more than 107 celebrities, with Bill Clinton as his most frequent impression.

Darrell Hammond is an American actor, stand-up comedian and impressionist. He was a regular on Saturday Night Live from 1995 until 2009, the longest tenure of any cast member in the show's history. Upon his departure, Hammond, at age 53, was also the oldest cast member in the show's history. Hammond has made more SNL appearances than any other cast member and has impersonated more than 107 celebrities, with Bill Clinton as his most frequent impression.

When Kate’s Hillary reacted to Trump bringing Bill Clinton’s mistresses to the second debate. | 26 Times "SNL" Made This Election Slightly More Bearable

26 Times 'SNL' Made You Laugh About The Election In Spite Of Everything

When Kate’s Hillary reacted to Trump bringing Bill Clinton’s mistresses to the second debate. | 26 Times "SNL" Made This Election Slightly More Bearable

SNL: Politics - SNL 40th Anniversary Special - Jack Nicholson introduces a look back at SNL's coverage of politics, including impressions of President George H. W. Bush, Sarah Palin, President Bill Clinton and more.

SNL: Politics - SNL 40th Anniversary Special - Jack Nicholson introduces a look back at SNL's coverage of politics, including impressions of President George H. W. Bush, Sarah Palin, President Bill Clinton and more.

Phil Hartman appears as Bill Clinton on an episode of SNL. In one of Hartman's most famous episodes, Clinton visits a McDonald's. When he met Clinton in 1993, Hartman remarked, "I guess I owe you a few apologies." Clinton showed good humor & sent Hartman a signed photo with the text: "You're not the president, but you play one on TV. And you're OK, mostly." For his Clinton impression, Hartman copied the president's "post-nasal drip" & the "slight scratchiness" in his voice.

Phil Hartman appears as Bill Clinton on an episode of SNL. In one of Hartman's most famous episodes, Clinton visits a McDonald's. When he met Clinton in 1993, Hartman remarked, "I guess I owe you a few apologies." Clinton showed good humor & sent Hartman a signed photo with the text: "You're not the president, but you play one on TV. And you're OK, mostly." For his Clinton impression, Hartman copied the president's "post-nasal drip" & the "slight scratchiness" in his voice.

Russell Stover - SNL: These chocolates immediately made me laugh harder because I kept thinking of that Juneteenth party on "Atlanta" FX. Judge me if you want, but if somebody got me these chocolates I'd freeze them and show them off all the time. Hilarious. White chocolate for Bill Clinton and they even looked out for FLOTUS Michelle Obama with the Carrot Cream.

Russell Stover - SNL: These chocolates immediately made me laugh harder because I kept thinking of that Juneteenth party on "Atlanta" FX. Judge me if you want, but if somebody got me these chocolates I'd freeze them and show them off all the time. Hilarious. White chocolate for Bill Clinton and they even looked out for FLOTUS Michelle Obama with the Carrot Cream.

Phil Hartman as Bill Clinton, Jan Hooks as Hillary Clinton in a skit on SNL on September 26th, 2014.

Jan Hooks, 'SNL' Star, Dead at 57

Phil Hartman as Bill Clinton, Jan Hooks as Hillary Clinton in a skit on SNL on September 26th, 2014.

Jerry Brown (Dana Carvey) and Bill Clinton (Phil Hartman) discuss the various topics (drugs, old nicknames, affairs and illegal activities) that they won't bring up in their debate. [Season 17, 1992]

Jerry Brown (Dana Carvey) and Bill Clinton (Phil Hartman) discuss the various topics (drugs, old nicknames, affairs and illegal activities) that they won't bring up in their debate. [Season 17, 1992]

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