Trump supporter Melissa Carone claims she was not drunk when she appeared as a witness for his lawyer Rudy Giuliani during the Michigan hearings on voter fraud last week. Now, she's speaking out about her "personality" and what she thought of the "Saturday Night Live" skit based on her viral courtroom appearance.

Carone's comments come after the Dec. 5 episode of NBC's “Saturday Night Light” which saw actress Cecily Strong appear to slur her words as she shared a parodied version of the 33-year-old’s testimony. While Strong's impersonation insinuated Carone was intoxicated during the hearing, Carone claims otherwise.

During an appearance on "Inside Edition" on Tuesday, Carone denied that she was drunk, insisting, “That’s my personality.”

“I wasn't drunk. I would swear under oath that I wasn’t drunk,” she revealed.

Despite what people may think about Carone following the hearing, she said she was “not hurt” by the backlash she has received. As for Strong’s portrayal during the late-night comedy show, she found it favorable.

“I loved it. I think she did a great job. I think it was very funny. She looked just like me,” she said.

During the hearing in front of the Michigan House Oversight Committee, Carone, an IT worker contracted by Dominion Voting Services, claimed she witnessed poll workers running ballots through voting machines “thousands of times.”

A judge previously declared her allegations “not credible” last month.

Carone’s testimony went viral following her strong claims about Democrats manipulating the presidential election results. At one point during the hearing, Giuliani had tried to stop her from talking when she told officials, “I know what I saw. If I’m wrong I can go to prison.”

Following Carone’s testimony, Strong’s name began trending online by fans of the show, who believed she would be the perfect person to play the Michigan resident in a skit. Many compared Carone to Strong’s popular character “Girl You Wish You Hadn’t Started A Conversation With At A Party.”

Luckily, fans quickly got their wish over the weekend when Strong mocked Carone during the cold open.

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Melissa Carone, who was working for Dominion Voting Services, speaks in front of the Michigan House Oversight Committee in Lansing, Michigan, on Dec. 2, 2020. Jeff Kowalsky/AFP via Getty Images