Over the last two years, Donald Trump has been the most talked about individual in the world. Due to his controversial political style and upset election win last November, Trump became a prime target for humor, which was no exception during the season premiere of "Saturday Night Live."

"SNL" on Trump

When Donald Trump announced he was going to run for president back in June 2015, the consensus at the time was that he was only doing so to boost the ratings on his reality show. Despite this, the former host of "The Apprentice" surprised many when he picked up steam in the Republican primary and was able to defeat the 16 other candidates on his way to the GOP nomination last summer.

It was at this time when the producers of "Saturday Night Live" tapped veteran actor Alec Baldwin to take on the satirical role of the billionaire real estate mogul. In the year since he made his debut, Baldwin has reignited his career in his role as the president, which resulted in winning an Emmy Award earlier this month. After months of waiting, Baldwin and company returned to "SNL," as the 43rd season kicked off in hilarious fashion with mockery of the command in chief, as seen on September 30.

Kicking off "SNL's cold open was Alec Baldwin who wasted no time taking on his role as Donald Trump.

With a humorous Sarah Huckabee Sanders by his side, Baldwin's Trump appeared in the Oval Office in his golfing gear. The skit kicked into gear with a satirical San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz calling Trump to ask for assistance following the hurricane in Puerto Rico. "That woman was so nasty!" Baldwin's Trump said as he hung up the phone following the mayor simply asking or help.

The skit quickly transitioned into Donald Trump's recent feud with the NFL over the player's right to protest the national anthem. "People say I remind them of a football player," the president said, before adding, "I'm combative, I like to win, and I might have a degenerate brain disease."

"Donald Trump" then referenced the feud with "Rocket Man" and North Korea, before Kate McKinnon's Jeff Session came into the room.

Session's took a verbal beating from Trump for not handling the firing of FBI Director James Comey. "I need someone with real balls," Trump said, while adding, "not what you have which is two tiny pecans." The skit moved forward, hitting the most recent scandals and stories facing the White House, including the president's deal with the Democrats.

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While Alec Baldwin and others on "SNL" poke fun at the current administration, the presidency of Donald Trump is in an apparent free-fall. After yet another week of controversy, which included the president's slow response to the hurricane in Puerto Rico, his feud with the NFL, and the resignation of Tom Price as Secretary of Health and Human Services, Trump's approval rating is down to just 35 percent.