After Saturday Night Live’s takedown of her went viral in March, Ivanka Trump has once again been skewered by the late-night comedy set.
Maya Rudolph pulled off a hilariously accurate impression of America’s First Daughter when she appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers on Monday.
Transforming into Ivanka as she sat in the guest chair, the Bridesmaids star explained her secret to nailing her subject.
“There’s a lot of whispering going on,” Rudolph told Meyers.
“Through her teeth, she kind of talks like she has a sexy secret.
“She’s like, always talking like she works in a lingerie store all day, like, ‘If you want to get the matching panties, you can get them, but they’re $14.95.’”
Comedians have been finding plenty of material to work with within the White House since Donald Trump took office in January. Alec Baldwin experienced a career renaissance with his weekly portrayal of Trump on SNL, and Scarlett Johansson took aim at Ivanka with her ballsy SNL segment that questioned her status as a feminist.
But the best Trump family parody belongs to Meryl Streep, who was one of the first to don orange-face and a hideous wig to mock Trump with terrifying accuracy.