After three months in the White House, Donald Trump has been surrounded by a constant stream of controversy that has hovered over his administration. While Trump's struggles have been well-documented, they have also been easy fodder for comedians, especially those on "Saturday Night Live."

"SNL" on Trump

It didn't take long for comedians to poke fun at Donald Trump after he announced his candidacy for president nearly two years ago. With his controversial reputation, the former host of "The Apprentice" became a running highlight for late-night talk show hosts, comedians, and others who found a way to shift the serious nature of politics into a time for laughter and humor.

On October 1, 2016, veteran actor Alec Baldwin appeared for the first time as a satirical version of Trump on "Saturday Night Live" in a skit with Kate McKinnon who played the role of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. For the first few months of Baldwin's time on the show, Trump was not pleased and would routinely lash out against "SNL" and the the actor on Twitter. While Trump no longer voices his disapproval in public, reports have noted that the president is still privately annoyed and frustrated with what takes place on the air. On April 15, "Saturday Night Live" broadcasted on the east coast, west coast, and Canada at the same time for a historic event and, as expected, Trump was the prime target.

As part of the cold open for "Saturday Night Live," Alec Baldwin once again made his presence known as Donald Trump. Standing next to a mock version of Vice President Mike Pence inside the Oval Office, Baldwin celebrated Trump's first 100 days in office which is coming up later this month.

"I've already done so much I can't even keep track of it all," Baldwin said, before noting, "I just dropped the mother of all bombs on ISIS...It's so big and fat that it almost looks like me in my golf clothes."

The skit continued, before poking fun at the president for spending too much time at his Mar-a-Lago resort instead of at the White House.

The fictional Donald Trump and Mike Pence went through the current issues of the day, including Trump's troubles with North Korea, as well as the issues dealing with Steve Bannon and son-in-law Jared Kushner. The satirical Bannon then appeared, played as the Angel of Death, while talk show host Jimmy Fallon took on the role of Trump's son-in-law. "Tonight is elimination night. One of you must leave and join Kelly Ann Conway in the basement," the mock president said. As Baldwin debates who should stay on in the administration, "Trump" decides on Kushner, with Bannon being voted off in a reality TV style presentation.

Next up

Though Donald Trump continues to be mocked, trolled, and used as the butt of a joke on "Saturday Night Live," the president has other issues to worry about.

In addition to problems going on with his fellow Republicans and rival Democrats over issues like health care, Trump is also dealing with in-fighting within his own administration, while tackling global issues like the recent cruise missile attack in Syria, the bomb dropped on ISIS in Afghanistan, as well as nuclear threats from North Korea.