ByVaria Fedko-Blake, writer at
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Varia Fedko-Blake

The Saturday Night Live crew are having a field day with President Donald Trump's time in office — after all, with the amount of comical material freely pouring out of the White House right now, there's basically no need for them to even write their own stuff.

Over the past couple of months alone, we've seen Alex Baldwin perfect his Drumpf impression, Melissa McCarthy slay in the role of the savage Sean Spicer and Kate McKinnon give us a very true-to-life, demented turn as Kellyanne Conway. And now, it seems that actress Scarlett Johansson has also had a go at seeing if she can piss off the President enough to warrant a Tweet submitted by his teeny-tiny hand.

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Turning her attention to Trump's favorite daughter Ivanka Trump, ScarJo hosted for the fifth time on March 11 and starred in a mock commercial for a perfume called "Complicit."

'Saturday Night Live' [Credit: NBC]
'Saturday Night Live' [Credit: NBC]

As she flicked her hair and waltzed around a lavish cocktail party, the voice-over in the sarcastic clip summed up what Ivanka Trump's brand was about, all the while ripping her apart from being "complicit" in her father's controversial policies against women — and let's be real — the entire world:

"Every man knows her name. Every woman knows her face. When she walks into a room, all eyes are on her. She’s Ivanka. And a woman like her deserves a fragrance all her own. A scent made just for her. Because she’s beautiful. She’s powerful. She’s… Complicit."

The scathing ad then continued:

"A feminist. An advocate. A champion for women. Like, how? She’s loyal. Devoted. But probably should have bounced after that whole Access Hollywood bus thing. Oh, well. Complicit. The fragrance for the woman could stop all this, but won’t."

Watch the full Ivanka impersonation on SNL below:

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'Saturday Night Live' [Credit: NBC]
'Saturday Night Live' [Credit: NBC]


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