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Melania and the Other Women in Donald Trump's Life Are 'Not Sorry' in SNL's Beyoncé Parody

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Melania Trump is channeling her inner Beyoncé.

Sick of having to defend Donald Trump‘s string of inappropriate behavior and lewd comments towards women that have surfaced in the past week, Saturday Night Live imagined Melania (Cecily Strong) leading the women in the Republican candidate’s life in a revolt inspired by Lemonade – Beyoncé’s critically acclaimed album and HBO film.

She’s flanked by daughters Ivanka Trump (host Emily Blunt), Tiffany Trump (Vanessa Bayer), campaign manager Kellyanne Conway (Kate McKinnon) and Trump’s “one black friend” Omarosa (Sasheer Zamata).

“I’ve stood by your side this whole campaign, your beautiful, dutiful Melania,” the real estate mogul’s wife continues at the beginning of the black and white sketch. “I can’t take it anymore.”

Melania goes on to smash a TV featuring her husband (played by Alec Baldwin) on it with a baseball bat, recreating Beyoncé’s memorable scene.

Youngest daughter Tiffany Trump declares she’s changing her last name to match her mother Marla Maples, and Omarosa hands in her resignation.

Melania warns her husband, “Without us you wouldn’t be standing there, you’d just be the guy with the weird hair,” as the song concludes.