Donald Trump bashes Alec Baldwin, SNL on FOX News

Credit: NBC/SNL
Credit: NBC/SNL /

President Donald Trump is unsurprisingly not a big fan of Alec Baldwin’s regular impersonations of him on Saturday Night Live.

In the least surprising interview answer ever, President Donald Trump is apparently not a huge fan of the NBC series Saturday Night Live, or actor Alec Baldwin’s impersonation of the President.

Jesse Watters from FOX News previewed his exclusive interview with the President on Friday, giving viewers a peak at what he talked about with the 45th President of the United States.

During the interview, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Trump was less than pleased with Baldwin’s impersonation of him on SNL.

“I think the Alec Baldwin situation is not good,” Trump told Watter when asked if he could fire one of Baldwin, Senator Chuck Schumer or CNN President Jeff Zucker. “Chuck I’m very disappointed in, because he’s a guy who should make deals for the people. Instead he’s just an obstructionist. So, I’m disappointed in him.”

It’s not very surprising that Trump isn’t a fan of being made fun of by Saturday Night Live. He’s had a history of having some pretty thin skin, and he’s constantly sent out hostile  tweets directed towards NBC.

On the bright side for Trump, Baldwin recently came out and revealed that he will likely be retiring the Trump impersonation after this current season of SNL is over. There’s no telling whether or not SNL will find someone to replace Baldwin or simply give up on impersonating the President.

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Regardless, it’s become abundantly clear that Trump wants it to stop. The rest of Trump’s interview on FOX News will air on Saturday at 8 p.m. ET.