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Meeting of the Minds: Hillary Clinton and Her 'SNL' Impersonator Kate McKinnon Dine Together

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Hillary Clinton is clearly a big fan of her Saturday Night Live impersonator Kate McKinnon, as the two were spotted laughing together over dinner Wednesday evening.

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The duo had dinner at an Italian restaurant in Manhattan’s theater district with an unidentified woman before taking in the revival of Sunset Boulevard, which stars Glenn Close, on Broadway.

"Lots of laughter emanated from their table," a nearby patron at the restaurant told the New York Post.

On Thursday, Mrs. Clinton spoke at a U.S. Postal Service event at Grand Central Terminal honoring late designer Oscar de la Renta, hailing his immigrant past.

“Oscar de la Renta was an immigrant,” Clinton said of the Dominican designer. “What a fitting person to be chosen by our Postal Service, mentioned, by the way, in the Constitution, something we should all read and reread in today’s times... Let there be many, many more immigrants with the love of America that [he] exemplified every single day."

De la Renta, who died in 2014 at age 82, will appear on the stamps later this year.

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The event took place on the #DayWithoutImmigrants which featured events around the country highlighting the contributions of immigrants in America.

The event was designed as a resistance to President Trump’s proposed wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and his planned immigration ban.

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