Over the last year and a half, Donald Trump's campaign and eventual election win has dominated the news cycle. With Trump in the headlines, he's also become the butt of many jokes, including on an almost weekly basis on "Saturday Night Live."

Baldwin on Trump

When Donald Trump announced that he was going to run for president back in the summer of 2015, it didn't take long before comedians took their shot at the former host of "The Apprentice." For "Saturday Night Live," producers tapped veteran actor Alec Baldwin to play the role of the billionaire real estate mogul.

Since then, Baldwin has continued to receive rave reviews from critics, who praise the actor for his timing, mannerisms, voice, and tone in mocking the new president. Despite "SNL" bringing in their highest ratings in recent memory, not everyone has been a fan, and how Baldwin has played the part of the president. On more than one occasion, Trump has lashed out at the sketch comedy show, hitting back at Baldwin, while going as far as calling for "SNL" to be canceled. Since Trump's election, many have wondered how much longer Baldwin will play the part, which he elaborated on in a recent interview, as reported by The Hill on March 7.

While speaking to host Mario Lopez on "Extra," Alec Baldwin admitted that he won't be appearing on "Saturday Night Live" much longer because he's not sure "how much more people can take" of his impression of Donald Trump.

"There’s a style the president has to have, and I think the maliciousness of this White House is a little...has people very worried," Baldwin said, before confirming, "I’m not going to do it much longer, by the way, that whole impersonation."

Not stopping there, Alex Baldwin ripped into Donald Trump, accusing the commander in chief of being too "angry" and "bitter." "Trump just overwhelmingly lacks any kind of sportsmanship," Baldwin explained, while also adding, "He remains bitter and angry."

Moving forward

While Alec Baldwin might not be appearing on the set of "Saturday Night Live" as Donald Trump for too much longer, that hasn't stopped others from mocking and trolling the current administration.

Melissa McCarthy has taken on the role of White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, which reportedly angered Trump due to the spot being played by a female. In addition, Kate McKinnon has impersonated several cabinet members and advisers, including Kellyanne Conway and Jeff Sessions.