No Republican presidential candidate was safe during last night’s “Saturday Night Live” parody of the latest GOP debate. 

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SNL mocked the candidates’ performance in the Fox Business Network debate last Thursday during a cold open. 

“Remember candidates, if at any time tonight your poll numbers drop below 3 percent, you will hear a loud gong then be escorted off the stage,” a debate moderator said. 

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s character was later booted off the stage as his poll numbers dropped. 

A fake Sen. Ted CruzTed CruzCruz shares 'proof' of basketball skills - with pic of Duke look-alike Cruz introduces bill letting states bar refugees Trump's America: Businessmen in, bureaucrats out MORE (Texas) defended his eligibility to become president by arguing there was no way he is Canadian. 

“Canadians are well-liked. I am not,” he argued. “Canadians are rugged and outdoorsy, where I myself am mostly made of pudding. Canadians are genuine and warm, whereas when I smile, it looks like I’m peeing.” 

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“I could lose the boots,” he said, showing the audience his heeled shoes. 

“I mean, come on. I’m young. I’m smart. I’m the only one up here with a chin.” 

Watch the sketch in the video player above.