Video: Trump Rage-Tweets About Fake Comedy Program 'Saturday Night Live'
Monday, 18 February 2019 Over the first two+ years of Donald Trump's preposterous presidency, it has become increasingly clear that Trump's habitual Twitter meltdowns over Saturday Night Live are in direct inverse to SNL's satirical voice: the less funny SNL is, the angrier Trump seems to get. Alec Baldwin took the podium for a largely laughless skewering of Trump's national emergency declaration for the *Cold Open* on Saturday—and despite the fact that even the live audience could barely muster a chuckle at Baldwin's hackneyed impersonation, Trump subsequently unleashed a temper tantrum about how UNFAIR the mean TV show is. [ more › ]
President Trump went after 'Saturday Night Live' in a Sunday tweet.
President Trump has called for retribution against NBC after the show "Saturday Night Live" made fun of his national emergency declaration over border wall funding.
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