Bob Dole Was a Great Sport About Norm Macdonald’s ‘SNL’ Impression

Bob Dole was a great sport about Norm Macdonald’s impression of the Republican senator and presidential candidate on Saturday Night Live. In fact, the politician once joined in on the fun.

Dole died Sunday. He was 98.

During his tenure on SNL, one of the late Macdonald‘s classic (and perhaps best) impressions was of Dole, who he played as a no-nonsense blowhard, always speaking in the third person.

Proving he could take the jabs, Dole once joined Macdonald on SNL as the comic was in the middle of a cold opening sketch poking fun at him. Macdonald broke character and asked the senator if he could keep running for president to help Macdonald’s acting career.

Bob Dole Was a Great Sport About Norm Macdonald’s ‘SNL’ Impression

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