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SNL's Melania Trump Gets "Advice" From Jackie Kennedy, Hillary Clinton, and Michelle Obama

Melania Trump clearly has her work cut out for her as first lady, but who did she turn to for advice while preparing to attend the State of the Union? If it's the Melania in the Saturday Night Live universe, this time played by Cecily Strong (who pulled double duty and also popped up as White House Communications Director Hope Hicks during the cold open), she merely needs to call on former first ladies Jackie Kennedy (Natalie Portman), Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon), Martha Washington (Aidy Bryant), and Michelle Obama (Leslie Jones).

Fortunately for stressed-out Melania, all of the women appeared to console her and also dole out wisdom like: "Melania, I feel your pain, but you married him. And like America, you had a choice, so don't choose to eat 7-11 sushi and then come to me saying, 'Something's wrong!'" (Obviously that line came from McKinnon's Clinton.) At the very least, it's still better advice than what the first lady would have gotten if she had asked Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who probably would've just told her to "smile more."

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