The actor played the elected president on television and was ironic when referring to the results of the elections.
After the marathon scrutiny in the United States elections that proclaimed Joe Biden as the new president, despite the complaints and denunciations of Donald Trump, the actor Jim Carrey imitated the elected president on television and went viral.
As part of the program Saturday Night Live, the comedian, characterized as Biden, got on a lectern along with actress Maya Rudolph, who usually plays vice president-elect Kamala Harris, to simulate the speeches of the elected formula.
“There are situations in life, and this is one of them, in which there must be a winner and a … loser”said the actor amid laughter and applause from the audience.
“Perdedoooor”, emphasized the actor, who simultaneously raised his fingers on his forehead in an L shape, symbol of “looser” (loser, in English).
“We did it. Can you believe it? I kind of can’t. It’s been so long since something good happened,” Carrey added at the scene.
The brand new vice president also had her moment in the prime time. “We will not stand here to smack each other, we are not showing our victories in front of the faces of others. We are accepting this victory with humility. “Well, maybe a little?“said Rudolph in the role of Harris.
For his part, Alec Baldwin was also back in the shoes of Donald Trump. Sat down at the piano to play the song Macho Man of Village People, which sounded in the campaign meetings of the current president.
Then the actor referred to the allegations of fraud with ironic tone and launched: “See you in court.”
While waiting for the winner to be determined in various states and the count to be fully finalized, Biden won the election with 74.5 million votes to Trump’s 70.3 million, according to CNN.
The next date marked in red on Biden’s calendar is December 14, when the state-elected electoral college commissioners will formally elect the president.
After this, the electoral college certificate will reach the Senate on January 6 and a recount will be made and Vice President Mike Pence will make another formal proclamation of the winners of the elections who will receive their powers. on January 20, 2020 at the ceremony investiture.