The president-elect took time out from the important job of preparing for office to again blast the comedy sketch show over its portrayal of him.
Here’s what Trump tweeted on Sunday morning:
While Trump did not directly refer to Baldwin’s depiction of him in his latest outburst, the actor did reprise his role of Trump for the first time since the election on Saturday night’s show.
It led some bewildered Twitter users to speculate whether Baldwin’s impression of the incoming POTUS as being completely out of his depth touched a nerve. Others questioned why Trump, who actually hosted the show in November 2015, was commenting on it at all.
Baldwin responded to Trump’s outburst with this series of tweets, in which he called for him to focus on improving the lives of Americans and improving the country’s reputation abroad:
Trump was similarly upset with the cast of the “Hamilton” musical this weekend after they delivered a message to Vice President-elect Mike Pence, who was in the audience for Friday night’s show.