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He's wearing his heart on his sleeve—or his hat, rather.

With his skewering of Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live—and promises to retire the impression if the president-elect finally releases his tax returns—Alec Baldwin has emerged as the most vital troll of the incoming administration. And with less than two weeks to go before Trump's inauguration (at which countless musician have refused to perform), he's definitely not letting up.

Just hours after the Office of the Director of National Intelligence released a report stating that Trump was wrong in denying Russia's efforts to undermine the U.S. presidential election, and that Vladimir Putin ordered exactly such an influence campaign, Baldwin posted an Instagram selfie in which he modeled a red hat bearing the familiar slogan "Make America Great Again"—in Russian.

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Trump, meanwhile, embarked on a defensive tweetstorm about the hacking report, falsely claiming that the Republican National Committee was, unlike the DNC, never hacked because it had a stronger defense. (In reality, Russians hacked the RNC as well but simply decided to sit on the information in hopes of helping Trump's chances.) He also promised a better relationship with Russia.

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Interestingly, this was the first time Trump himself—rather than his assistants—had tweeted since he mocked the low ratings for the new season of Celebrity Apprentice, now hosted by former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger.

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And Trump couldn't even land that punch without Schwarzenegger decking him.

It's almost as if no one told Trump that the president tends to get criticized a lot?