SNL Mocks Trump’s Over-Tweeting, Trump Immediately Tweets His Disapproval – Alec Baldwin Promises To Stop Trump Impression If…
There is only 46 days until Donald J. Trump is inaugurated into office and begins his four-year term as President of the United States. So you can expect a multitude of SNL skits about Trump over that span, hopefully the incoming President doesn’t hate-watch Saturday Night Live every week to see if they poked fun of him.
After a hiatus, SNL returned to the airwaves and had a cold open with none other than Alec Baldwin doing an impression of the Donald. The spoof lampooned Trump for missing national security briefings because he was too busy retweeting high school kids.
Trump kind of validated SNL‘s observation that he may be over-tweeting by immediately tweeting out his disapproval of the skit that said he tweets too much.
“Just tried watching Saturday Night Live – unwatchable! Totally biased, not funny and the Baldwin impersonation just can’t get any worse. Sad”
This isn’t the first time that the President-elect has criticized the sketch TV show.
The skit also made fun of Trump’s unflattering photo, Mitt Romney, and Stephen Bannon.
Alec Baldwin, who plays the President-elect, has agreed to stop mocking Trump. But on one condition: he releases his tax returns.
It’s going to be a fun four years!