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Watch now: 10 best political impressions in ‘SNL’ history

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This image released by NBC shows Maya Rudolph as Kamala Harris, left, and Jim Carrey as Joe Biden on "Saturday Night Live" on Oct. 3, 2020.

"Saturday Night Live” returned to the studio with Jim Carrey temporarily joining the cast to portray Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, one of a long list of political impressions on "SNL" over the years.

Here's a list of 10 top impersonations of politicians in the show’s 45-year history. Watch videos of the hilarious performances.

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This longtime cast member, who left in 2009 but remains the show’s announcer, may have turned in more political impersonations than anyone in “SNL” history. But he peaked with his interpretation of the vice president as a James Bond villain. While Phil Hartman tackled the controversial politician first, Hammond took it to the next level.

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