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Jim Carrey returns as Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden at SNL ahead of US Presidential elections

Stating that he will be reading a scary story, Carrey picked up a copy of Donal Trump Jr.'s book 'Triggered' following which he also read an Edgar Allan Poe spoof based on current politics.

Published: 01st November 2020 12:41 PM  |   Last Updated: 01st November 2020 12:41 PM   |  A+A-

Actor Jim Carrey as former US Vice President and Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden. (Photo | Instagram)

Actor Jim Carrey as former US Vice President and Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden. (Photo | Instagram)

By ANI

WASHINGTON: Actor Jim Carrey on Saturday returned to Saturday Night Live for the last episode before the presidential elections and reprised his character of Joe Biden during the anti-Trump, Halloween-themed cold open.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Carrey's Bidden sat next to "decorations from Melania's Christmas display" and said, "For some Trump voters, it's the only time they'll wear a mask" of the holiday.

Stating that he will be reading a scary story, Carrey picked up a copy of Donal Trump Jr.'s book 'Triggered' following which he also read an Edgar Allan Poe spoof based on current politics.

"We just have to come together like two butt cheeks to stop the crap. Trump cannot win, we must do better than that super-spreader," The Hollywood Reporter quoted Carrey as saying.

Others who were a part of the special episode are Kate McKinnon who turned Hillary Clinton and Mikey Day who turned Nate Silver.



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