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Donald Trump tweets about Alec Baldwin’s impersonation of him on ‘SNL’

5 December 2016 Entertainment News


Fourth Estate Staff

New York City, NY, United States (4E) – Donald Trump tweeted about the latest impersonation of Alec Baldwin of him on “Saturday Night Live” and the president-elect said it was terrible.

The tweet came around 15 minutes after “Saturday Night Live” ended. The whole tweet reads: “Just tried watching Saturday Night Live – unwatchable ! Totally biased, not funny and the Baldwin impersonation just can’t get any worse. Sad.” The 70-year-old has been the topic of sketches on “SNL” even before he won as the president in the November elections. Baldwin responded by saying that he will only stop if the business mogul will be releasing his tax records.

For the Saturday episode of “SNL ,” Baldwin reprised his role for the cold open of the show. He and his adviser, Kellyanne Conway, played by Kate McKinnon , who actually played Hillary Clinton alongside Baldwin playing Trump, were talking about the war in Syria. The two were seemingly at the Trump Tower and in the sketch, the president-elect kept getting distracted by his phone.

At one point, Baldwin’s Trump kept on retweeting random people’s tweets from all over the United States. One was from a 16-year-old names Seth. Baldwin told McKinnon’s character that he just retweeted the best tweet.

McKinnon then said that the real reason why Trump tweets so much is because he wants to distract the media from his business conflicts as well as all the officials he has been placing as his cabinet members. Baldwin then interrupted her saying that Trump tweets so much because his brain is bad.

The transparency for the tax returns of Trump has been an issue in the past. He refused to release his tax returns noting that it is under the IRS audit. However, IRS said that he could release his tax records any time.

Trump has not yet commented on Baldwin’s request.

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