Clinton ‘LETTER’ details unearthed – the message was clear

An alleged private letter by Hillary Clinton sent to the producers of NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” has just come to light and it shows how much power the Clintons wield, if true.

The show is all about lampooning public figures with few limits to how far cast members would go to ridicule them, particularly Republican politicians — recall the treatment Donald Trump received when he was portrayed by actor Alec Baldwin or 2008 GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, who was brutally portrayed by Tina Fey — but certain people were apparently “off limits.”

At least, Chelsea Clinton was after the aforementioned letter, according to She Knows.

SNL alum Julia Sweeney appeared recently on the Fly on the Wall podcast hosted by Dana Carvey and David Spade and the conversation eventually got around to the controversial 1993 skit where Sweeney played Chelsea. Spade pointed out that the skit “rubbed somebody wrong,” and Sweeney was quick to chime in, “Yeah, Hillary… and she wrote a letter to Lorne [Michaels].”

“People were saying how unattractively I was playing Chelsea and all I did was not wear makeup and put braces on — if you’re saying that, you’re saying I’m unattractive,” she added. “I was trying to make her unattractive.”

Either way, Chelsea Clinton would not be portrayed again on the show.

“Apparently, after the skit went live, Hillary sent the producers a terse letter that expressed her disapproval of them portraying Chelsea. While the contents of the letter were never shared, nor is the original skit available on the SNL YouTube page, SNL never portrayed Chelsea again,” She Knows reported.

The alleged letter instructing the show not to portray her daughter in a negative light has never been released and few outside the recipients know what was said, but it was apparently fiery enough to prompt an apology from SNL executive producer Lorne Michaels.

“We felt, upon reflection, that if it was in any way hurtful, it wasn’t worth it. She’s a kid, a kid who didn’t choose to be in public life,” Michaels said in a public comment.

The standard he spoke of certainly did not apply to Sarah Palin’s young children.


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