Baldwin asks if Trump's tweet is "a threat" to his family's safety.
On Saturday night, Baldwin reiterated his Trump impersonator for a "SNL" kit, the President's Friday morning speech across the border, the budget, and various other topics.
According to "SNL" standards, it was equivalent to the course. But Trump – who shot the show several times in the past – re-enabled his Twitter account on Sunday morning.
Trump described "SNL" as unpleasant and unfair, suggesting that he has probably seen at least parts of the episode the night before.
"He watches," CNN media analyst Bill Carter said on Sunday in Reliable Sources.
Trump's tweet asked, "How are the networks with these total Republicans without retribution?" Also for many other shows. Very unfair and should be investigated. "
Many social media commentators just ignored the President's speech on" retaliation. " Comedy show Peter New York Times' Peter Baker, however, stated on Twitter that "no other president for decades has publicly threatened" retaliatory measures "against a television network for satirizing him."
In the past, Trump had also proposed NBC broadcaster licenses should be challenged without apparent follow-up.
Tweets against the media – which target mainly news agencies he calls the "enemy of the people" – have worried NBC and other companies b
Meanwhile, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer showed another way for a politician to respond to a mimic.
"Weekend Update" showed Schumer – played by Alex Moffat – talking about the recent budget Deal pleased.