Bristol's 'Who Wore It Better' Poll Goes Wrong

Palin's readers apparently think Tina Fey wore that sweater better than mom
By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Jan 28, 2016 10:38 AM CST
Bristol's 'Who Wore It Better' Poll Goes Wrong
This Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016 image provided by NBC shows Tina Fey, left, as Sarah Palin and Darrell Hammond as Donald Trump during the "Palin Endorsement Cold Open" sketch on "Saturday Night Live." The sketch kicked off the cold open to “SNL."   (Dana Edelson/NBC via AP)

Bristol Palin is not happy that Tina Fey is once again impersonating her mom on Saturday Night Live. For one thing, Fey "sounds nothing like my mom," and "her fake accent is like nails on a chalkboard," Bristol writes in a blog post. And then there's the fact that Sarah Palin "trumps" (pun intended, Bristol?) Fey "in the looks department," Bristol writes, "especially for having three more kids and seven more years on Tina!" Finally, even Fey's outfit was wrong: Bristol notes that SNL had to create one to match what Sarah wore to endorse Donald Trump, because the original was sold out. And, of course, Bristol thinks her mom wore it better, but democratically put the matter to a vote: Alas, the reader poll currently indicates 87% disagree and say Fey wore it better. (More Tina Fey stories.)

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