Marco Rubio Gets Spoofed on Saturday Night Live

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Obviously, one of the very important political questions many of us had following Marco Rubio's State of the Union rebuttal and the gulp heard round the world was who would play him on Saturday Night Live? Obviously, the show couldn't resist, and sent out Taran Killam to play our junior Senator on Weekend Update.

Turns out the dude just really needs that water.

Of course, Killam might want to work a little bit on defining his Rubio character. If Rubio's political career continues to rise, this might not be the last time he gets spoofed on SNL.

However, Rubio himself may be having the last laugh. His PAC has raised over $100,000 since deciding to sell water bottles to capitalize on the incident.

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