This ‘Saturday Night Live’ Sketch Was Too Much For Donald Trump

Kaitlan Collins | Contributor

Donald Trump doesn’t think Alec Baldwin’s impression of him on “Saturday Night Live” is any good.

(Photo: YouTube screengrab)

(Photo: YouTube screengrab)

During the show’s cold opener this weekend, “SNL” riffed on the presidential town hall debate between Trump and Hillary Clinton. After many unflattering portrayals of both candidates, the show finally got under the Republican nominee’s skin. (RELATED: Alec Baldwin To Play Donald Trump On ‘Saturday Night Live’ This Season)

“Martha, she is trying to silence these women but they need to be respected,” Baldwin’s Trump tells the moderator. “They need their voices heard.”

“What about all the women accusing you of sexual assault?” Raddatz — played by Cecily Strong — asks.

“They need to shut the hell up,” Baldwin said.

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Then when Baldwin’s Trump is asked if he likes kids, he responds, “”I love the kids, okay? I love them so much I marry them.”

Trump thought the sketch went too far — and even hinted that media is part of the conspiracy trying to rig the presidential election.

“Watched ‘Saturday Night Live’ hit job on me,” Trump tweeted. “Time to retire the boring and unfunny show. Alec Baldwin portrayal stinks. Media rigging election!” (RELATED: ‘Saturday Night Live’ Has Ratings High During Season Premiere)

Kaitlan Collins

Contributor

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