Alec Baldwin teases ‘SNL’ cameo with Donald Trump costume
Alec Baldwin is getting the world ready for another Donald Trump parody with a Twitter tease.
The actor, who has been playing the president-elect on Saturday Night Live almost every week since the fall season began, posted a picture of him as Donald Trump Saturday morning.
There has so far been no confirmation from NBC that Baldwin will be on the show on Dec. 17.
Trump has repeatedly bashed the show on his own Twitter account, and most recently on the Today Show when he told Matt Lauder the show was “terrible” and “biased.”
“Well, I hosted SNL (on Nov. 7, 2015) when it was a good show, but it’s not a good show anymore,” he said. “The skits are terrible. I mean, I like Alec, but his imitation of me is really mean-spirited and not very good. I don’t think it’s good.”
SNL, which has been parodying Trump since the nomination process, recently called Trump out for his Twitter addiction – to which he immediately responded… on Twitter.
Baldwin, who has played Trump on the show since Sept., has just recently started to respond to Trump via the social media site.
On Dec. 4, Baldwin offered to stop playing the character if Trump released his tax returns, a contentious issue that followed Trump throughout his presidential campaign.
Saturday Night Live will air at 11:30 ET/PT on Global and will be hosted by Casey Affleck with musical guest Chance the Rapper.
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