Alec Baldwin Is Back as Trump on 'Saturday Night Live,' Post 'Hamilton' Incident

Alec Baldwin is back on Saturday Night Live as the President-elect Donald Trump. The skit shows Trump finally getting the realization that he is now the President of the United States. He begins by sitting at his desk googling questions that we would assume every president would know such as, "What is ISIS?"

Baldwin continues to over exaggerate everything he does – including an awkwardly long handshake with Mitt Romney, played by Jason Sudeikis. Of course it wouldn't be a Trump campaign or skit if his campaign manager Kellyanne Conway didn't make an appearance as well.

The biggest moment of the skit was when Baldwin addressed with Mike Pence (played by Beck Bennett) how the 'Hamilton' play went that he recently went to see. "I heard you went to see 'Hamilton' last night, how was that?" Trump says as he shakes Pence's hand. "It was good. I got a free lecture," Pence says of speech.

Over the weekend Vice President-elect Mike Pence was at the Broadway play 'Hamilton' when the cast shared a few words about equality and diversity with Pence before he was booed and left the theater.

The hilarious skit ends with Baldwin asking Bennett for confirmation that he will do everything as Vice-President because he's never been in politics before.


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