The president, who has proven very sensitive to the way he is covered in the media, was clearly unimpressed with Baldwin's characterisation, saying on Twitter there was "nothing amusing about exhausted Saturday Night Live on Fake News NBC!".
"Very unfair and should be looked into", Trump wrote.
The sketch got a rise out of Trump, who weighed in via Twitter on Sunday morning and declared that SNL was responsible for the "real Collusion!"
President Donald Trump once again took to his Twitter account today, this time calling out Saturday Night live for a sketch featuring actor Alec Baldwin - who has performed as the President on SNL during the course of Trump's presidency - where Baldwin called Trump's National Emergency a "fake" and skewered numerous President's justifications for a southern border wall.
"I'm gonna cut to the chase, folks".
Baldwin replied on Twitter saying "Trump whines".
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Ignoring any and all controversies on the Left as usual - Ralph Northam, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez or Justin Fairfax, anyone? - the cold open of "SNL" targeted Trump's declaration of a national emergency this week in order to secure funding for a border wall between the United States and Mexico.
"You can all see why I gotta fake this national emergency, right?"
Next, Trump took a few questions from the press, in which he dismissed numbers that show crimes committed by illegal immigrants are lower than Americans as "faker than this emergency".
He explained his clear, Spock-like reasoning, though he admitted that "it's easier to understand if you're not that smart".
'And so I'm urging everybody get together -rally in every community across this country all this weekend, send a message to Washington, D.C., 'No, Mr. President, we're not going allow you to do this, " the California Democrat continued.
SNL's cold open skewered Trump's meandering Friday news conference.
Others focused on Trump's potential reaction to the mockery, suggesting that Trump may one day "throw people in prison for criticizing him".