By Nick Romano
Updated July 31, 2017 at 06:17 PM EDT
Saturday Night Live - Season 42
Credit: Becky Vu/NBC

It’s the holiday season, a time for people to say how they feel — and recreate scenes from Love Actually. That was the case when Kate McKinnon returned as Hillary Clinton to Saturday Night Live this weekend.

Taking a nod from Andrew Lincoln’s Mark in the classic holiday film, she delivers a message to a member of the electoral college (Cecily Strong channeling Keira Knightley) via cue cards. “Let me just say, because it’s Christmas and at Christmas, you tell the truth, I know you’re an elector,” Clinton writes. “And on Dec. 19 you’re supposed to vote for Donald Trump but, bish, he cray.”

After listing a number of reasons why he shouldn’t be president, including the Russia hacking scandal, she continues, “I still care about this country. You don’t even have to vote for me. I’m coo. Just vote for literally anyone else.”

As a final plea, Clinton warns, “But keep in mind, if Donald Trump becomes president, he will kill us all.”

Watch the sketch below.

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Saturday Night Live - Season 42

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