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Unlike Matt Lauer or Jimmy Fallon, Zach Galifianakis is ready to ask the hard questions of presidential candidates, like "When you went to Donald Trump's wedding, did he write his own vows? And did Michelle Obama write Melania's?"
Nestled between two oversized plants, Hillary Clinton strapped herself in for the unpredictable Funny Or Die show, Between Two Ferns, hosted by a dense and politically incorrect version of Galifianakis.
"Not to take away from the historic significance of you perhaps becoming the first female president," the Baskets star and co-creator said, "but for a younger, younger generation, you will also become their first white president, and that's pretty neat too." Clinton just keeps shattering those ceilings.
Katy Perry's pick for POTUS was ready to talk about the economy before being interrupted by the show's sponsor, her opponent The Donald. But she still got to comment on the issues at hand, like Scott Baio's vote, which she isn't sad about losing, probably because she's ready for a woman to be in Charge – hey-oh!
Clinton stayed pretty tight-lipped about the Republican nominee except when Galifianakis suggested Trump replace his red power tie with a "white power tie." The Democratic candidate said, "That's even more appropriate."
But Galifianakis saved the best joke for last. Click play in the video above to see the hilarious clip in its entirety.