Play of the Day: How Obama Can Befriend A Republican Senate

The president just need to have some drinks.

After the Republican wave this midterm election season, there's only one tactic left for the President to try. Saturday Night Live imagines that if Obama wants cooperation between the executive and legislative branches, he needs to have an open dialogue with Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell. Just as long as it also involves a stiff drink (or four). 

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