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Comedians making fun of politicians is basically the whole point of Saturday Night Live, so it makes no sense that Donald Trump thinks he'd get some sort of special treatment, but clearly he does. The cold open for this Saturday night's show was a sketch about Trump (played by Baldwin, which has become customary) and Kellyanne Conway (played by Kate McKinnon), and—surprise!—the Donald wasn't too psyched about it.

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The President-elect has tweeted before that he doesn't find Baldwin's impressions of him on the show amusing, but somehow that didn't cause SNL to drop all its political comedy sketches (weird).

This Sunday, Trump again shared his feelings about SNL (which, you'll remember, he hosted a year ago), tweeting that the show was "one-sided" and "biased," and didn't provide "equal time" for an "us" that he neglected to identify.

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Us who? White men whining? People who accidentally won the presidential election? It's not really clear.

This time the outspoken Baldwin responded to the future dictator PEOTUS directly, tweeting:

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