After the latest episode of "Saturday Night Live" mocked Donald Trump for his constant use of Twitter, the president-elect responded in ironic fashion. Trump once again lashed out at the show on social media, but one of the stars was quick to fire back.

SNL responds

With Alec Baldwin reprising his role as Donald Trump, and Kate Mckinnon taking on the role as senior advisor Kellyanne Conway, "Saturday Night Live" opened their show with a shot at the billionaire real estate mogul and his social media obsession.

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Before the show even ended, Trump took to his Twitter account and vented his anger. "Just tried watching Saturday Night Live - unwatchable!," Trump tweeted, referring to the broadcast as "Totally biased" and "not funny," while adding, "Baldwin impersonation just can't get any worse. Sad" As seen on his own Twitter account on December 4, Baldwin gave Trump an ultimatum if he wants the show to stop their political satire.

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"Release your tax returns and I'll stop," Alec Baldwin tweeted, while adding a "Ha" for good measure. Baldwin's' feud with Donald Trump goes back to last year when the actor first took on the role of the former host of "The Apprentice." Trump's anger reached a fever pitch just weeks before Election Day when he called for the "Saturday Night Live" to be pulled off the air for their constant mockery.

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Trump's Twitter

When Donald Trump first announced his campaign for president, he was able to instantly connect with millions of Americans by taking to Twitter and other social media platforms on a daily basis. While Trump has gained followers because of this, Twitter has been an outlaw that has caused backlash for Trump, who is known for his late-night rants. Whether it's attacks against "Saturday Night Live" or the hit musical "Hamilton," Trump doesn't appear to be holding back anytime soon.

Next up

Despite his trouble on Twitter, Donald Trump is less than six weeks away from becoming the next President of the United States. In the meantime, Trump will continue to work with Vice President-elect Mike Pence and his transition team will finalize the rest of his cabinet and administration.

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