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'Debbie Wasserman Schultz' makes another Saturday Night Live appearance


Saturday Night Live's Kate McKinnon played U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz again this weekend, this time weighing in to the satire show's parody of Fox & Friends on Syrian refugees.

"I'm from Florida," she says. "We're full of refugees. We have Cubans escaping communism. We got Guatemalans escaping drug cartels. And we got old people escaping winter."

("That's a Wasserman Schultz original," she adds. And pumps her fist victoriously into the air.)

McKinnon's Wasserman Schultz also refers to Florida Sen. Marco Rubio as a "grown-up Elián González."