It's only been two weeks since Donald Trump became the next president-elect, but the former host of "The Apprentice" just can't seem to stay off social media. In yet another Twitter attack, Trump is now going after "Saturday Night Live" (SNL).

Trump on SNL

One of the longest running shows on television is NBC's "Saturday Night Live." Part of the show's charm over the decades has been its humorous take on American politics, in particular in how they depict the current election cycle.

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During this year's election, Alex Baldwin was tapped to play Donald Trump, much to the chagrin of the man himself. As seen on his offical Twitter account on November 20, Trump is still not happy with how the show has portrayed him.

Just weeks before Election Day, Trump went on a tirade against "SNL," calling for the show to be pulled off the air, while declaring it "not funny." Following Trump's election win, the long-running sketch comedy show was at it again, which caused the billionaire real estate mogul to lash out.

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"I watched parts of @nbcsnl Saturday Night Live last night. It is a totally one-sided, biased show - nothing funny at all.," Trump tweeted, before asking, "Equal time for us?"

One of the highlight's of the latest "Saturday Night Live" shows Trump, played by Baldwin, looking nervous as he enters the White House for the first time. Baldwin mocks Trump's past as an alleged sexist businessman by chanting "Big beautiful boobs and buildings" as a way to calm himself down.

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Moving forward

Despite his Twitter feuds with "SNL" and the cast of the musical "Hamilton," the former host of "The Apprentice" has just over 60 days to finalize his cabinet and administration. Trump has already begun announcing some of the names who will surround him while he is commander in chief, including Republican National Chairman Reince Priebus as his Chief of Staff, Breitbart News' Steve Bannon as Chief Strategist, and retired Gen. Michael Flynn as National Security Advisor.

Over the course of the next few weeks, Donald Trump is expected to role out the remaining picks that will join his administration.

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