‘SNL’ Spoofs Hillary Clinton’s Push for Young Votes: ‘I Can’t Make You Love Me’ (Video)

Kate McKinnon swings in as the former First Lady and sings wistfully in the show’s cold open

“Saturday Night Live” poked fun at Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s uphill fight to win the support of her party’s and the nation’s youthful voters on Saturday night.

Kate McKinnon as Clinton wistfully sang “I Can’t Make You Love Me,” a tune made famous by Bonnie Raitt in the 1990s, during the show’s cold open.

As a handful of voters discussed how they were going to vote for Bernie Sanders even though they loved Clinton and everything about her, the faux Clinton floated onto the stage on a swing and piped up.

Later in the bit, she came back in on top of a piano being played by Bill Clinton (Darrell Hammond).

Here’s the video:.

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