Alec Baldwin returns to 'SNL' to skewer Trump's deranged Phoenix rally.

Alec Baldwin returns to 'SNL' to skewer Trump's deranged Phoenix rally.
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He's baaaaaack. Quick, someone uninstall Twitter on Donald Trump's phone!

Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live on Thursday for a special summer edition of 'Weekend Update.' Yep, the news is so batsh*t lately that even SNL can't even take the summer off.

In the episode's cold open, we see Baldwin's Trump take the stage to parody the president's recent unhinged Phoenix rally and talk about Charlottesville, Steve Bannon, and how he "solved" Afghanistan. The clip also features cast member Kenan Thompson's scene-stealing impression of the"Blacks for Trump" guy, so keep an eye out for that:

I am going to give you the hits: electoral map, drain the swamp, lock her up—all of them. But first, I want to talk about Charlottesville. As we all know there was a tragic victim that came out of Charlottesville: me. Folks, the media has treated me so unfairly by reporting my entire remarks, even the bad ones. So I wanted to set the record straight about exactly what I said, and I have the transcript right here: ‘I moved on her like a bitch, but I couldn’t get there—’ Oh, sorry.

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Baldwin has always remained mum when asked if he would continue portraying Trump on upcoming seasons of SNL, but this might be a sign that Baldwin might be stepping into the oversized red tie again when the show returns for Season 43.

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