Over the last two years, Donald Trump has done many things that have caused his name to make it in the headline news. While the president has dominated the coverage in the media, he's also become the butt of a joke for comedians, including on "Saturday Night Live."

"SNL" on Trump

When Donald Trump first announced his campaign for president, he quickly found himself in hot water after referring to illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers." During the next two years, Trump's controversial style raised eyebrows with critics, leaving even many Republicans scratching their heads.

Once it became clear that the former host of "The Apprentice" had won the Republican nomination and was on his way to facing Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the general election, comedians took full notice. For "Saturday Night Live," producers tapped veteran actor Alec Baldwin to play the role. Since then, Baldwin has received rave reviews from critics, but hasn't been welcomed by the president. Trump's aggression was seen almost weekly on social media, as he would target Baldwin and "SNL" on Twitter. In addition to Trump, the cast has also taken shots at other members of the administration, including White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, and Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway. Outside of the White House, cable news hosts have also been mocked, which was about to get worse.

As seen during the May 6 edition of "Saturday Night Live," the cast took a new way at trolling the the current state of American politics and the media.

During the cold open of "Saturday Night Live," the cast took shots at Donald Trump, the recent GOP health care bill, and the not-so-secret news that MSNBC hosts Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough had gotten engaged.

With Kate McKinnon playing the role of Brzezinski, the MSNBC hosts were trolled over their engagement, often showing the two attempting to make out at times. While referencing the aforementioned health care bill, a satirical version of Donald Trump adviser Jason Miller called the show, which was actually Alec Baldwin playing the president in disguise.

MSNBC trolled

As Alec Baldwin played the role of Donald Trump undercover as Jason Miller, the president was once again mocked for his lack of knowledge on how to run the government, in particular how a bill becomes a law in Congress. Baldwin's Trump seemed pleased with the health care vote, before realizing he was in over his head. As the segment came to a close, "Joe Scarborough" and "Mike Brzezinski" were once again the target of epic trolling.