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04/01/2017 11:01 am ET Updated Apr 17, 2017

Tina Fey And Friends Spent The Night Picking Apart Trump At ACLU Event

“The president and vice president think LGBTQ is a subway line filled with too many Puerto Ricans.”

A-list celebrities came from all around on Friday for an event to raise awareness of the American Civil Liberties Union’s work ― and as you might expect, they used their time on Facebook Live to take a few shots at President Donald Trump

“Earlier tonight in what is surely an April Fools’ joke, the president proclaimed that next month will be national sexual assault awareness and prevention month,” joked Tina Fey. “So now we know what he gave up for lent ― that’s good.”

Other celebrities took turns poking fun at Trump as well during the ACLU’s March 31 “Stand For Rights” benefit. “SNL” cast member Colin Jost quipped that Trump had “somewhere between one and four years left in his term.” Titus Burgess stated his belief that “the president and vice president think LGBTQ is a subway line filled with too many Puerto Ricans.”

You can find all that and more in the video above. 

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