Over the last week, one of the biggest political stories was the press conference held by Donald Trump. In typical fashion, Alec Baldwin and "Saturday Night Live" took aim at the president-elect.

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For the first time since he was elected, Donald Trump held a press conference at Trump Tower in New York City last Wednesday. The press conference made headlines when Trump and incoming White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer denied the recent CNN report that alleged Russia was planning to blackmail the president-elect using "compromising" information.

Trump even lashed out at Buzzfeed for reporting that Russia had a sex tape in their possession that allegedly showed Trump hiring prostitutes to take part in a "golden shower." During the press conference,Trump refused to allow Jim Acosta of CNN to ask a question, referring to the network as "fake news." As seen on "Saturday Night Live" on January 14, Trump was mocked in typical fashion.

"Saturday Night Live" kicked off the show with a cold open mocking the aforementioned press conference, with Alec Baldwin playing the part of Donald Trump. Instantly, the Baldwin version of Trump went right into "pee pee" jokes, taking an obvious shot at the "golden shower" allegations by Buzzfeed. Throughout the segment, Baldwin and the rest of the cast continued to use Trump as the butt of the joke, inserting humor about his alleged ties to Russia, complete with a shirtless satirical version of Vladimir Putin.

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When the issue came up about Donald Trump signing over control of his business to his two sons, Eric and Donald Trump Jr., Baldwin referred to them as "Beavis and Butthead." The rest of the cold open added shots about Kellyanne Conway, as well as Trump's recent meeting with comedian Steve Harvey.

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Baldwin closed the show with more "golden shower" humor, before adding the familiar "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night."

As of press time, the former host of "The Apprentice" has not responded to the "Saturday Night Live" skit, though he has in the past. In addition to hitting back at Alec Baldwin on various occasions, Trump went as far as calling for the show to be cancelled just weeks before the election.