Actress and comedian Tina Fey hit at President Trump and his administration on Friday while hosting the American Civil Liberties Union's (ACLU) telethon "Stand for Rights: A Benefit for the ACLU."

Fey said she and President Trump have two things in common: "One, neither of us has any business wearing khakis with a shirt tucked in, and two, we’re both very upset about the amount of fake news out in the world right now. So, don’t let any website tell you that the ACLU stands for Anti Christian Lesbian Underground."

She also needled Trump for his proclamation earlier Friday that April is be National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.

“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, so now we know what he gave up for Lent.”


And Vice President Mike PenceMichael (Mike) Richard PenceOfficers' powerful Capitol riot testimony underscores Pelosi's partisan blunder RealClearPolitics reporter says Freedom Caucus shows how much GOP changed under Trump Want to improve vaccine rates? Ask for this endorsement MORE wasn't spared — Fey jumped on reports earlier in the week that he doesn't dine alone with women besides his wife.

“Luckily, Mike Pence isn’t allowed to go down and shut Planned Parenthood unless his wife goes with him. So, if we can just keep Karen busy scrapbooking, we can all still get Pap smears," she said.

Aside from tossing out one-liners directed at the presidency, Fey used the opportunity to also describe the services offered by the ACLU, and encouraged people to donate. 

Tom Hanks, Alec Baldwin and Fey are teamed up for the star-filled fundraiser that streamed on Facebook Live Friday night. 

Other stars who joined included “30 Rock's” Tracy Morgan, “Top Chef” host Padma Lakshmi, “Mad Men” star Jon Hamm, "Parks & Recreation" star Amy Poehler, “The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” actors Tituss Burgess and Jane Krakowski, “Orange is the New Black” actress Uzo Aduba, and “Girls” actress Zosia Mamet, among others.

The ACLU has received tens of millions of dollars in donations — more than it typically brings in annually — since it sued over President Trump’s first travel ban, which he signed in January. The organization says it has also gotten a major membership boost since Trump’s election.