Veteran actor and Democrat Alec Baldwin's portrayal of President Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live has garnered near-unanimous praise since the 2016 campaign (except, of course, from Trump himself).
But in a recent tweet, Baldwin reminded his followers that Trump's ascent and increasing corruption is no laughing matter.
As if President Donald Trump wasn't irate enough at Alec Baldwin's impersonation of him on Saturday Night Live, Baldwin upped his trolling game of Trump on Monday by teasing a hypothetical White House run against the incumbent Republican in 2020.
Trump himself could have written this tweet:
Alec Baldwin Just Expressed a Very Serious Concern After Donald Trump Railed Against the Latest 'SNL' Skit, and We Get It
President Donald Trump lashed out at Saturday Night Live's interpretation of his press conference in the Rose Garden announcing his intention to declare a national emergency for what he calls a crisis at the southern border.
Trump accused the show of airing Republican "hit jobs" and of being the "real collusion."
Last Night's 'SNL' Cold Open Savaged Donald Trump's National Emergency Declaration, and Now He's Accusing Them of 'The Real Collusion'
Days after President Donald Trump's chaotic press conference announcing a state of emergency at the southern border, Saturday Night Live aired its take on the freewheeling event.
With resident Trump impersonator Alec Baldwin returning, the sketch skewered many of the press conference's highlights: Trump's hatred of certain news networks, his questionable inflections, and the lack of any evidence that there is a crisis at the southern border, let alone one that rises to the level of a national emergency.
Donald Trump Just Reacted to SNL's Latest Brutal Take Down of His Presidency, and People Are Dragging Him Hard
President Donald Trump took a break from overseeing the nation to seethe on Twitter about long-running comedy show Saturday Night Live's portrayal of him.
Despite claims that he's a champion of the First Amendment, the President insinuated that SNL's portrayal of him should be tested in court:
President Donald Trump loomed large at last night's Primetime Emmy Awards, the target of more than one brutal joke, including a rather boisterous monologue by host Stephen Colbert.
“The Americans has hotter spies than the Russia inquiry,” Colbert sang during his opening musical number alongside Emmy-nominated performers Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys. "Even treason's better on TV."