Ruth Bader Ginsburg saw Kate McKinnon portray her on 'SNL.' Here's what she thought.

The Supreme Court justice was asked about it at Sundance Film Festival.

She's delighted fans weekly on "Saturday Night Live" for nearly six years and stole the show as Dr. Jillian Holtzmann in 2016's "Ghostbusters" reboot — clearly, actress and comedian Kate McKinnon has mastered the art of impersonation.

I mean, which other "SNL" star could flawlessly pull off Hillary Clinton, Justin Bieber, and Jeff Sessions?

*crickets*

Exactly!



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According to himself, Donald Trump loves women. What he reportedly does not love, however, is when women play men — especially men he has put into positions of power.

Although Alec Baldwin (and his impeccable Trump impression) was hosting, the most recent cold open on "Saturday Night Live" featured the return of Melissa McCarthy as White House press secretary Sean Spicer — chewing an allotted one piece of gum, using Barbies to explain the Muslim ban, and terrorizing members of the press with a motorized podium. It seemed designed to be everything Trump hates.

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It's been 21 days.

Twenty. One. Days.

And it would take another 21 days to recap everything horrific, unacceptable, and plainly un-American that has happened since Inauguration Day.

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The cast of the new "Ghostbusters" film stopped in to see Ellen DeGeneres during her talk show this week.

In an episode that aired on May 25, 2016, the cast of co-stars shared stories from their oddest jobs (Leslie Jones was a telemarketer for the Church of Scientology, FYI), and chatted about how an all-female reboot of the classic film was, according to Kate McKinnon, “the most incredible idea for a project" ever.


On a seemingly unrelated note, Hillary Clinton also made an appearance in the same episode of "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."

The host and presidential candidate discussed possible VP picks (be on the lookout for Hillary Clinton-Beyoncé Knowles 2016, everybody), and DeGeneres debuted the "first-ever swimsuit pantsuit" ahead of the summer season in honor of the former Secretary of State's visit.

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