Katie Rich, a writer for Saturday Night Live, has been suspended from her position following a widely criticised post she made on Friday on her personal Twitter handle wherein she mocked Barron Trump.
The "SNL" writer, Katie Rich, has been suspended indefinitely, according to a person familiar with the situation.
Show him the same respect that was shown to the Bush and Obama daughters and SHOULD HAVE been shown to Amy Carter and Chelsea Clinton. In the credits of Saturday night's episode, which was hosted by comedian Aziz Ansari, the writer's name did not show up.
She said that they always had dinner at the table every night even though she was "deeply aware that I was living in history". "It was inexcusable and I'm so sorry".
Though the snippet was edited out, the spoof prompted an apology from NBC, Myers and Dana Carvey, as well as "SNL" creator and executive producer Lorne Michaels. Despite the apparent animosity between her parents and Trump, it is not surprising Clinton would come to Barron's defense.
Chelsea Clinton is sticking up for Donald Trump's youngest son and critiquing the new president at the same time.
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Social media went into frenzy during the presidential inauguration on Friday, where Barron frequently appeared on television sitting behind his father at the ceremony at the US Capitol.
She's also not the only former White House resident to speak out recently in support of another.
While social media users hailed her message in Barron's defence, some called her out for trying to make the issue political.
"She's a kid who did not choose to be in public life", executive produce Lorne Michaels said in 1992.
Chelsea had campaigned for mother Hillary Clinton during the latter's bid for presidency in 2016.