Donald Trump tuned into the latest “Saturday Night Live” episode and was not pleased with Alec Baldwin depicting him as being too busy retweeting teenage boys to take on Commander-in-Chief duties.
“Just tried watching ‘Saturday Night Live’ — unwatchable,” the President-elect tweeted shortly after leaving a Long Island costume party. “Totally biased, not funny and the Baldwin impersonation just can’t get any worse. Sad.”
Trump’s quick-fire dispatch was unleashed as cast members Colin Jost and Michael Che fired up the Weekend Update. The last time Trump ridiculed Baldwin for his presidential impression, he waited until the morning after the actor’s post-election return and asked for equal time.
Baldwin pledged to stop pouting his lips and donning the wispy wig in a later reply — under one condition.
“Release your tax returns and I’ll stop,” he tweeted at Trump under the Alec Baldwin Foundation account.
In the latest episode, hosted by actress Emma Stone, Trump aficionado Baldwin shrugged off a security briefing on Pakistan, North Korea and Iran to thumb through his phone, sharing outrageous social media posts from “random people.”
One of the real life tweeters was depicted as Seth Morton — the 16-year-old student under the Twitter account @Filibuster he edited during a CNN tirade— learning of his new clout in a classroom.