As expected, "Saturday Night Live" returned from an off week and set their sites on Donald Trump and his administration over the weekend. After several skits taking aim at the new president and his team, the new president has remained quiet, but is privately upset over how the White House has been depicted.

Trump on "SNL"

During the 2016 presidential election, "Saturday Night Live" made sure to take jabs at all the candidates, regardless if they were Republicans or Democrats. When Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president, it was only a matter of time before the sketch comedy show poked fun at the former host of "The Apprentice." As time went on, Trump would take to Twitter to express his frustrations at the show, accusing Alec Baldwin of being "not funny" in his impression, while calling for "SNL" to be cancelled.

As reported by Politico on February 6, Trump is not pleased with what went down.

According to the report in Politico on Thursday night, Donald Trump is so upset over the latest episode of "Saturday Night Live" that he doesn't even know what to say about it in public. A top donor to the Trump campaign told Politico, "Trump doesn't like his people to look weak," in relation to the Sean Spicer skit, and how the show has mocked Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway in recent weeks. Politico went further, and described Trump and the White House as being "uncomfortable" over the recent "SNL" skits.

"SNL" goes hard

Donald Trump's silence has been a surprise, as "Saturday Night Live" roasted the billionaire real estate mogul various times throughout the show. Kicking off the program with the cold open was Alec Baldwin, as he was joined by a Grim Reaper version of Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, while they mocked the president's controversial phone calls with other world leaders.

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In a follow-up skit, actress Melissa McCarthy played the role of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer. The segment took a shot at the administration's grudge with the media, as the satirical version of Spicer was shown a lashing out at multiple reporters.

Moving forward

Days after he won the election last November, Donald Trump was interviewed by CBS' "60 Minutes" where he was asked about his future use of social media. At the time, the new president vowed to be "very restrained" in his use of Twitter, but has only increased his presence on social media. While he has been silent in regards to "SNL," his social media use doesn't look to be changing anytime soon.