Brad Pitt as Dr. Fauci on SNL is the hilarious anti-Trump ad you’ve been waiting for

Brad Pitt as Dr. Fauci on SNL is the hilarious anti-Trump ad you’ve been waiting for

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Brad Pitt was a guest star on Saturday Night—”kinda”— Live where he did a rendition of Dr. Anthony Fauci translating Trump’s coronavirus comments.

It was an epic take-down that included translations of Trump’s phrases such as “everyone can get a test” which Pitt-Fauci translated as “almost no one.” He also brought up the President’s claim that a vaccine for COVID-19 would be out “relatively soon”:

“Relatively soon is an interesting phrase. Relative to the entire history of Earth? Sure, the vaccine is gonna come real fast. But if you were to tell a friend, ‘I’ll be over relatively soon,’ and then showed up a year and a half later, well, you’re friend may be relatively pissed off.”

We also have the hilarious twitter reaction….

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Having Brad Pitt portray Dr. Fauci was brilliant casting by SNL, especially since it was the good doctor’s first choice!

In early April, Fauci did an interview with CNN’s Alisyn Camerota who joked with the doctor about who should play him on the sketch comedy show. Fauci at first disregarded the idea, but when pressed on the issue joked, “Oh, Brad Pitt, of course.”

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Pitt ended the hilarious skit by breaking character and giving thanks to “the real Dr. Fauci” as well as to all the medical workers and first responders working so hard during this time of crisis.

It was a heartfelt moment of appreciation.

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Twitter users were quick to point out that Trump will likely not be happy to learn that Fauci scored Brad Pitt or that the actor personally thanked him.

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Then there were the comments about the doctor’s sexiness:

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Twitter also mused over how the casting would make Fauci feel.

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In these uncertain times, it is often the little things.

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