Kate McKinnon as Kellyanne Conway, left, and Alec Baldwin as Trump during "Saturday Night Live," Dec. 3.
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Donald Trump is bashing "Saturday Night Live" and impersonator Alec Baldwin again. The president-elect called the late-night institution unfunny and Baldwin's portrayal of him mean-spirited, suggesting "SNL" wasn't long for the world. Trump – who has guest-hosted "SNL" – has tweeted about the show three times since October, most recently last weekend after Baldwin and Kate McKinnon appeared in a skit about his Twitter habit.Trump's frequent tweeting was raised in a telephone interview on the "Today" show after Time magazine chose the president-elect as its Person of the Year.The show's founding executive producer, Lorne Michaels, would not comment on Trump's statement.It reminds Trump's Twitter followers who might not be regular viewers that "SNL" is still around and relevant, he said.Trump has a long history with NBC.
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