On ‘Saturday Night Live,’ ‘Elizabeth Warren’ explains her Medicare for All plan

“That’s a tricky little corn maze, right?’’ Kate McKinnon’s Warren said.

Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren got the “Saturday Night Live’’ treatment once again this week, with cast member Kate McKinnon portraying the presidential candidate at a rally and Q&A in Iowa following the release of her Medicare for All plan.

McKinnon, who has appeared as Warren on several episodes of this season of “SNL,’’ opened the show by bounding out on stage at a rally in Vinton, Iowa, declaring “I just housed a Nature Valley bar in the hallway, so I am jacked up and ready to pop off.’’

After delivering a few jokes, McKinnon’s Warren took questions from the audience about her Medicare for All plan and began by repeating a Warren refrain: that medical bills are the country’s No. 1 cause of bankruptcy.