The President Just Slammed Alec Baldwin For His Horrible ‘SNL’ Performance, And He Won’t Like It

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The Hollywood star Alec Baldwin is especially known for his mocking on President Trump in his show on ‘SNL’, which is not a very high ranked show in the U.S. because of it.

But today, he succeeded to get a little of President Trump’s attention. And he won’t like it. The President ridiculed the Hollywood Star Alec Baldwin today, calling his career ‘dying’ and ‘mediocre.’

‘Alec Baldwin, whose dying mediocre career was saved by his terrible impersonation of me on SNL, now says playing me was agony,’ President Trump wrote on his Twitter account.

‘Every time I do it now, it’s like agony. Agony. I can’t,’ Alec Baldwin said to the reporter about his new-found celebrity role on SNL.

President Donald Trump agreed on that, saying:

‘Alec, it was agony for those who were forced to watch. Bring back Darrell Hammond, funnier and a far greater talent!’ The President wrote.

Darrell Hammond’s version of President Trump was hilarious and goofy, but Alec Baldwin’s version is more partisan and cruel, and because of that the left-wing audiences loves Alec’s version more.

Darrell Hammond was very upset when he lost the role as Donald Trump on SNL.

‘I just started crying, in front of everyone. I couldn’t believe it. I was in shock, and I stayed in shock for a long time. Everything wiped out. The brand, me, what I do. Corporate appearances canceled. It was a hell of a shock, and all of it was apparent to me in one breath. That ends me.’ Darrell told the Washington Post at the time.

Hollywood Star Alec Baldwin has struggled with his role, growing impatient with his parody connection to President Trump.

‘The maliciousness of this White House has people worried… that’s why I’m not going to do it much longer, the impersonation, I don’t know how much more people can take it,’ Baldwin said in March 2017.

But his decision to stay on as a parody of President Trump has earned him glowing cover profiles in some of the magazines like Vanity Fair and GQ, extending his career.