"Saturday Night Live" is known for using current events to come up with comical skits to make light of some serious news. The NBC late-night live television sketch comedy and variety show is in its 42nd season. That means it has been around for a long time. Apparently, the producers are doing something right. One of its main's goals especially at the beginning of the show is to have a parody of a current event in pop culture or politics.

Parody of Donald Trump

For the last two weeks, "SNL" has had a skit based on the presidential debates.

Alec Baldwin imitated Republican nominee Donald Trump and Kate McKinnon played the part of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. While Clinton has been laughing it off as seen on the "Ellen DeGeneres Show," Trump has tweeted that he wants the parodies of him to stop. That is unlikely to happen.

Trump's tweet

On Sunday, October 16 just one day after Alec Baldwin imitated Trump on the entertainment show, the celebrity candidatetweeted that itis time to retire the skits. He called them boring and unfunny.

If that wasn't enough, he went on to say Alec Baldwin's portrayal stinks. Jokes about presidents and presidential candidates have always been material for comedians, especially for the late night ones. David Letterman recently said he wished he was still on the air so he could take advantage of this good material. No matter how much the Republican candidate dislikes Alec Baldwin imitating him, there is one final debate on Wednesday, October 19.

The writers for "SNL" will have a skit about Trump on next Saturday's show no matter how much he dislikes it.

Since the former host of "The Apprentice" knows there will be a skit about him on "SNL" perhaps he should behave a little better during the next debate.

Every gesture, word, and body language from Trump is watched closely for entertainment purposes. Trump might as well get used to it whether he becomes president or not. He will definitely be in the news for a long time, and there will always be jokes about him.

Watch the third and final Presidential Debate on the major television stations on Wednesday night, October 19 at 9 p.m. Also, watch "Saturday Night Live" on NBC on Saturday, October 22 at 11:30 p.m. Then decide if Alec Baldwin stinks, as Trump has said.

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