During the last year and a half, actor Alec Baldwin has been a regular on "Saturday Night Live" and his impression of Donald Trump has received rave reviews, much to the chagrin of the president-elect. After the now in famous CNN and Buzzfeed report broke on Tuesday night, Baldwin has decided to respond.

Baldwin on Trump

Over the last 24 hours, Donald Trump has been pushing back at a CNN report that claimed Russia was in possession of "compromising" information that could be used to blackmail the billionaire real estate mogul. Buzzfeed expanded on the report, claiming that Russia had also obtained a private sex video involving Trump and prostitutes.

As expected, Trump denied any wrongdoing, referring to the report as "fake news." In response, Alec Baldwin mocked Trump on Twitter, and as reported by The Hill on January 11, is in further talks to play the president-elect outside of "Saturday Night Live."

"I wonder if Trump's appointees will pee in a cup during conformation," Alec Baldwin wrote on Twitter, alluding to the "golden shower" sex act that Donald Trump allegedly engaged in during the aforementioned reported sex tape. While speaking to ABC News on Wednesday, Baldwin spoke about his plans to play Trump moving forward.

Baldwin future plans

"I'm gonna do (Saturday Night Live) as much as I can," Alec Baldwin said. On if Baldwin would play Donald Trump in any other setting outside of the show, he said, "there's discussions about other venues we might pursue to further express our gratitude and admiration for the Trump administration."

The actor elaborated further, explaining how "Saturday Night Live" writers, and himself, get their inspiration in regards to how to handle their Donald Trump skits.

"We just sit back and we look at Twitter, we read the news and we go," Alec Baldwin said, before stating, "There it is!" While Trump has remained silent in regards to Baldwin as of late, he's previously referred to him as "not funny," while calling for "Saturday Night Live" to be cancelled.