Alec Baldwin returned to ‘Saturday Night Live’ as Donald Trump this weekend for the first time since the presidential election, and the real Donald Trump wasn’t impressed. In the cold open of the show, Baldwin’s Trump met with a general, an excited West Virginian supporter, Mike Pence, and Mitt Romney (played by a returning Jason Sudeikis). With each visit, Trump realized just how unprepared he was for the presidency as each visitor reminds him just how much he promised to change. Trump responded with a Tweet saying SNL is a “totally one-sided, biased show.”
I watched parts of @nbcsnl Saturday Night Live last night. It is a totally one-sided, biased show – nothing funny at all. Equal time for us?
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 20, 2016
In the sketch, a regretful Kellyanne Conway (payed by Kate McKinnon) introduced each visitor. The first was a general who was excited about Trump’s secret plan to defeat ISIS. Trump’s response? “Google, what is ISIS?” Conway then introduced a West Virginian supporter excited about Trump’s plan to build a 2,000 mile wall. “That’s two thousand American miles?” a gulping Trump asked.
Trump then met Mitt Romney, but they couldn’t get past the handshake before both realizing, “this isn’t gonna work.” Lastly, Mike Pence (played by Beck Bennett) entered and Trump asked him about his experience at “Hamilton” and asked him to scrap all of their major campaign promises. He then agreed with Pence, “You’re going to do everything, right?”