Tina Fey hosted the Mother's Day episode of Saturday Night Live this weekend, and to the delight of audiences, reprised the beloved Sarah Palin impression she made famous during the 2008 presidential campaigns.

SNL alum Darrell Hammond made a guest appearance to reprise his Donald Trump character, joining Palin in a debate sketch featuring the undeclared Republican party presidential candidates, with Jason Sudekis as Mitt Romney, Kristen Wiig as Michelle Bachmann and Keenan Thompson as Jimmy McMillan.

Palin and Trump tackled such topics as Osama bin Laden, The Apprentice and Fox News. Palin spoke of recent overseas work and reaffirmed her 2012 political intentions. "I am planning a trip to the Middle East where I will be filming a cameo in Hangover 3, The Third Hangover," she joked. "The fellas go to a bar and I'm there. I also recently purchased Rosetta Stone: English. But the important thing for the American people to know is that I'm going to be running for president every four years for the rest of my life. It's my Olympics and I intend to win a whole bunch of silvers."

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