Watch: Scarlett Johansson Debuts Ivanka Trump Impression on 'Saturday Night Live'

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In case you haven’t noticed already, but Saturday Night Live has been bringing it’s A-game this whole season. And one-by-one, the show is checking off its list of potential spoofs with the Trump administration.

Last night while hosting for the fifth time, Avengers star, Scarlett Johansson debuted her impression of Ivanka Trump in a mock ad for the a faux perfume. And it is one that will definitely ruffle some feathers.

The minute-and-a-half sketch kicks off with a classy party with high-ceilings, gold-drenched rooms, and guests enjoying flutes of champagne in fashionable eveningwear.

However, one woman, played by Johansson, walks boldly into the room with a sparkly gold dress and an unimpressed look on her face.

“Every man knows her name. Every woman knows her face,” a voiceover intones as the 32-year-old actress portraying Ivanka makes her rounds in the room with guests turning to look at her as she passes by.

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With its intention made loud and clear, SNL describes Ivanka, the most outspoken woman closest to Trump, as complicit.

The ad then goes on to skewer the president’s eldest, mocking her much-talked-about role within the White House, narrating, “She’s Ivanka. And a woman like her deserves a fragrance all her own. A scent made just for her. Because she’s beautiful. She’s powerful. She’s … Complicit.”

Johansson has long been an outspoken opponent of Trump. In January, the Ghost in the Shell actress spoke out angrily and defended Planned Parenthood at the Women’s March protest in Washington, D.C.

Watch the clip above to see the spot-on impression! Would you like to see Johansson reprise the role of Ivanka on SNL again?

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