'SNL' usually avoids parodying tragedy. Then Trump said he'd confront a school shooter unarmed.
“Saturday Night Live” usually responds to a national tragedy by eschewing comedy. Usually, it has no choice. Three weeks after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, “SNL” premiered its season with a speech by the stone-faced mayor of a bloodied city ...
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