Where is Hillary Clinton tonight?

The media is trying to figure out where Hillary Clinton is tonight. The best guess is Saturday Night Live.

UPDATE: Yep, SNL. Ben Smith watched. I didn’t:

Hillary Clinton embraced the theme that the media is out to get her in her appearance on Saturday Night Live tonight.

She appeared — and praised — a parody of the recent NBC debate, painted as an absurdly tilted playing field in which moderators “Brian Russert” and “Tim Williams” accused Hillary of crimes and offered Obama outlandish praise and easy questions, then praised him for his “courage” in defending them from charges of bias.

“The scene you just saw was a re-eneactment — sort of — of last Tuesday’s debate,” Clinton said.

“I simply adore Amy’s impression of me,” she continued, standing beside actress Amy Poehler, dressed in a matching outfit. “Do I really laugh like that?”

There’s so much that could be said. So much. But not a good sign that the other presidential candidate on the show was the other New Yorker who has since dropped out:

And Clinton wasn’t alone on this stage featuring two who once stood as the front-runners in their parties’ presidential polling — Rudy Giuliani helped close the show.

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