For her outstanding work on Saturday Night Live playing Hilary Clinton during an election year, Kate McKinnon was recognised with her second Emmy for best supporting actress in a comedy series.
Being part of this season of Saturday Night Live is the most meaningful thing I will ever do. Congratulations to our incredible cast,”
During her acceptance speech, she also took a moment to specifically thank the former presidential candidate.
On a very personal note I want to thank Hilary Clinton for her grace.”
— Alicia Civita (@aliciacivita) September 18, 2017
McKinnon – who is Saturday Night Live‘s first openly gay female cast member – back-to-back wins also makes Emmys history for S.N.L., which has actually seen very few of its regular players nominated (let alone win).