Donald Trump may think Alec Baldwin's SNL impersonation is 'unfunny', but Hillary Clinton clearly has no such problem with her own double, Kate McKinnon
Enough, in fact, to have been spotted having a cozy dinner with McKinnon and a third party, likely SNL's head writer Sarah Schneider.
Before seeing Glenn Close in 'Sunset Boulevard' on Wednesday evening, the defeated presidential candidate had dinner with Kate McKinnon at Orso restaurant, where a source told Page Six that 'lots of laughter emanated from their table'.
The source also said that a rowdy restaurant-goer began the chant 'Lock him up!' as a riff on Trump's anti-Clinton cheer.
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The Two Hillarys: Clinton was spotted on Wednesday evening having dinner with Kate McKinnon and a third party who is likely SNL's head writer Sarah Schneider at New York City's Orso restaurant
The last time that the two Hillarys were pictured together was in an SNL sketch (pictured) in the fall of 2015, before Clinton had cinched the Democratic nomination
It's not too likely that you'd see the other political dopplegangers, such as Trump and Baldwin, or perhaps Sean Spicer and Melissa McCarthy cozying up to dinner together.
The meeting could have also been related to NBC's live 90th anniversary special coming this weekend.
Though that is not entirely surprising, as Lorne Michaels and the rest of the SNL crew have been none too friendly to the new administration.
For the months leading up to the election, and the months following, SNL has mercilessly mocked President Donald Trump and his administration.
For the months leading up to the election, and the months following, SNL has mercilessly mocked President Donald Trump and his administration, with Alec Baldwin (left) making many appearances to play the new American President Donald Trump (right)
Unlike Clinton and McKinnon, you are unlikely to see Sean Spicer (right) and Melissa McCarthy (left) cozying up to dinner together
They have been particularly harsh in the past few weeks following his inauguration, with Melissa McCarthy making a surprise appearance on SNL as White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.
President Trump has noticed, and is not amused.
While he is no longer tweeting about the 'not funny' show, sources in the White House have reported that he is obsessed with the portrayal of him and his administration on the comedy show.
He is particularly mad at the fact that the show has started portraying his (male) administration members, such as Spicer and now Jeff sessions, as women.
Now that the writers know just how frustrated it is making the President, they are unlikely to stop.
The last time that the two Hillarys were pictured together was in an SNL sketch in the fall of 2015, before Clinton had cinched the Democratic nomination.
The three women pictured together prompts the question of whether or not the former Secretary of State will be making another appearance on SNL. However, it is not confirmed that the third woman is Schneider, as she was in Paris earlier this week.
Clinton was greeted with a round of applause and a standing ovation when she was spotted in the audience of the Broadway show
Clinton and Glenn Close as 'Norma Desmond' pose with the cast and orchestra backstage at the hit musical 'Sunset Boulevard' on Broadway
Though she would likely rather be in Washington, the former first lady seems to be making the most of her failed presidential bid, spending time catching shows and mingling with the stars she counts as close friends.
Later that evening, the former first lady was a special guest in the audience at hit musical Sunset Boulevard at The Palace Theater on Broadway, where she was greeted with a round of applause and a standing ovation.
Andrew Lloyd Webber's Broadway musical Sunset Boulevard starring Glenn Close is extending its run an additional four weeks, producers have announced
She was pictured backstage at the performance with six-time Academy Award nominee Glenn Close, who plays Norma Desmond in the show, and has also impersonated Hillary in a performance at the 2016 Tony Awards.
Clinton was happy to pose for pictures with the cast backstage - who looked equally pleased to have their pictures taken with her.
Any attempts to slip in unnoticed did not go to plan, and she was greeted by cheering audience members who recognized her immediately - despite her new haircut.
As the lights went down as the performance was about to begin, an audience member shouted out 'We love you, Hillary', prompting the crowd to applauded through the beginning of the overture, Playbill reports.