On Friday, Donald Trump was sworn into the White House on Inauguration Day and officially became the new commander in chief. As expected, it didn't take long before "Saturday Night Live" presented their version of what happened.

Trump on "SNL"

Ever since Donald Trump announced his campaign for president, he became an instant target for comedians and the satirical side of politics. With "Saturday Night Live," it was only natural that the former host of "The Apprentice" would become the butt of many jokes. Over the last year and a half, actor Alec Baldwin played the part of the billionaire real estate mogul, and has received rave reviews ever since.

While the show have been a hit with viewers, Trump has not been happy with how he has been portrayed, often lashing out on social media. As seen on "Saturday Night Live" on January 21, Trump is likely to be upset.

In the Alec Baldwin-less "Saturday Night Live" cold open, the show took a humorous approach to Inauguration Day by having their version of Russian President Vladimir Putin say a few words. Played by actor Beck Bennett, the SNL Putin attempted to do his best to calm the American critics of Donald Trump. "Hello America, yesterday we all made Donald Trump the 45th President of the United States," Bennett said, as Putin.

"Today many of you are scared and marching in the streets," he continued.

"You are worried that your country is in the hands of this unpredictable man," the SNL Putin said, while sarcastically stating, "Don't worry it's not. Relax, I got this."

Russian satire

"I promise that we will take care of America," he said, before noting, "It's the most expensive thing we ever bought." "Why are women protesting?" he went on to ask, humorously explaining "In Russia, women have no reason to protest." At this point, Kate McKinnon appeared next to Bennett, dressed as a poor Russian woman who was being forced to pretend to enjoy her life in the Kremlin.

"Now, do I think your new president is perfect?" Putin wondered, while admitting, "perhaps not, but I will get him there." Bennett then ripped in Donald Trump, while referencing the unverified Buzzfeed report that alleged Russia had obtained a private sex tape featuring the former host of "The Apprentice," along with two prostitutes engaging in a "golden shower." The segment ended with Bennett closing with the famous "Live from New York, it's Saturday Night!"

Next up

After last week's "Saturday Night Live" episode, Donald Trump took out his frustration on Twitter. As of press time, Trump has yet to respond, but it's likely he will comment at some point over the weekend.