Julia Louis-Dreyfus is used to getting laughs for the countless burns she churns out on Veep, and she worked a few into her acceptance speech for outstanding performance by a female actor in a comedy series at the SAG Awards on Sunday night. The actress, who also took home an Emmy for the role in September, mocked President Donald Trump's penchant for using "alternative facts" (aka blatant, boastful lies). "Whether or not the Russians hacked the SAG Awards, I look out on the million, or maybe a million and a half people in this room, and I say this award is legitimate, and I won!" she joked. It's not the first time she's come out swinging against the former reality star, but it might be her funniest.