"Listen Donald, every time a bell rings, someone you know quits or goes to jail", she said before wishing everyone a merry Christmas and saying the show's signature line, "Live. from NY!"
Taking to Twitter after nearly 24 hours of silence, he called SNL part of the "Democrat spin machine" and wondered if it was legal.
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The sketch portrayed a world without Trump as President.
To which Kenan Thompson's angel responded, "Those are smiles". Appearing on November 7, 2015, in his signature ill-fitted suit, he said in his monologue, "Many of the greats have hosted, as you know, this show, like me, in 2004".
The sketch really takes aim at Trump, and we can kind of see why he's so annoyed by it.
"Should be tested in courts, can't be legal?" he continued.
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It was Sunday morning that Trump brought into question the rights of SNL to be able to make fun of elected officials.
Needless to say, things turned out to be a lot better for everyone - including Trump himself!
Earlier, he took specific aim at Baldwin's impersonation of him, calling it an "agony for those forced to watch".
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The sketch, which featured celeb cameos from Ben Stiller (Michael Cohen), Robert De Niro (Robert Mueller), and host Matt Damon (Brett Kavanaugh) also featured the imagined lives of Trump administration figures, like Mike Pence in his new job as a DJ ("It's so great to be myself").