The election has given Saturday Night Live way more to work with than they could handle even in their yuge cold open about this week's events in the Republican race in the March 5 episode—especially the somehow-resilient appeal of Donald "I Don't Know About The Klu Klux Klan" Trump. In this spot-on parody of patriotic-sounding campaign ads, SNL cuts through the rhetoric to reflecting the real reasons that many voters are supporting Trump. When they pull the lever for him, it'll be the one marked "R," but it won't stand for "Republican."

Racist. It'll stand for racist.


Related: Jimmy Kimmel called Trump un-American to his face.