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Elizabeth Warren in 'SNL' sketch three days after campaign ends

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren appeared on this wekend's edition of "SNL." File Photo by Ken Cedeno/UPI
Sen. Elizabeth Warren appeared on this wekend's edition of "SNL." File Photo by Ken Cedeno/UPI | License Photo

March 8 (UPI) -- Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who dropped out of the presidential race Thursday, appeared on this weekend's edition of Saturday Night Live.

Popping up in a parody of the Fox News late-night program The Ingraham Angle, Warren thanked her supporters, family and friends for their kind words in the days since she suspended her campaign.

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Asked by Ingraham portrayer Kate McKinnon who she is going to endorse going forward -- Sen. Bernie Sanders or former Vice President Joe Biden -- Warren joked, "Maybe I'll just pull a New York Times and endorse them both."

She also said she had no regrets about how she ran her campaign.

"We built a wide coalition of teachers, pre-school teachers, middle-school teachers and teachers' pets and not only did I not accept money from billionaires, I got to give one a swirlie on live TV. But now, I've got a little time to do a little self-care -- hanging out with my dog Bailey, prank-calling big banks, drag-racing Subarus and avoiding Twitter," Warren said.

The sketch also featured Ingraham talking to new Fox staffer Chris Matthews (Darrell Hammond,) who recently left MSNBC, and Fox News talk-show host Judge Jeanine Pirro (Cecily Strong) who assured viewers not to worry about the coronavirus.

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At the end of the cold open, McKinnon appeared with Warren dressed as the Massachusetts senator.

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