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Kate McKinnon as Rudolph Giuliani

Screenshot from Saturday Night Live YouTube

We can always depend on Rudy Giuliani, the Count Chocula of right-wing paranoia, to provide comic relief at moments of great political tension. Or at least we could until now, when the booze-addled former New York City mayor may finally be going to the sanatorium he deserves.

But we will never forget Kate McKinnon's impressions of Rudy, even if we must give up the habit someday soon. In this episode of Weekend Update she plays off the skilled straight man Colin Jost with all her mad brilliance. Don't miss the naughty allusion to Borat 2.


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Chuck Todd

Photo by U.S. National Archives (Public domain)

Reprinted with permission from Press Run

Surveying the media landscape and seeing a Beltway press corps that's constantly on the run from Republican attacks, Meet The Press moderator Chuck Todd this week urged his colleagues to stand up to the right-wing bullies, who have spent decades demonizing journalists.

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Former President Trump takes a phone call in the Oval Office.

Photo by The White House

Reprinted with permission from Alternet

Former President Donald Trump was relentless in his efforts to overturn the presidential election. Although he has adamantly insisted that his actions were not an attempt at a coup, there is reportedly evidence indicating that it was. According to The Daily Beast, details have been revealed about Trump's phone call that may have led to the attempted coup at the U.S. Capitol.

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