Over the last 24 hours, the biggest political headlines have been involving a new book about the first year of the Donald Trump presidency. After former Chief Strategist Steve Bannon turned on Trump while being interviewed for the book in question, the president quickly fired back and caused many to speak out [VIDEO], including actor Alec Baldwin.

Baldwin on Bannon

Over the last two and a half years, the presidency of Donald Trump has taken the world by storm.

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From the day the former host of "The Apprentice" announced he was running for president, he's found himself in the spotlight, and often for all the wrong reasons. During the campaign and since the election, one prominent voice at the side of president has been Steve Bannon, the current head of the right-wing Breitbart News.

Even after his controversial departure from the White House over the summer, Bannon had been in support of Trump, though that ended on Wednesday with the release of excerpts of an upcoming book about the president's campaign and administration. Bannon was extremely critical of the entire Trump family and administration, leading to the billionaire real estate mogul lashing out. The feud quickly went viral [VIDEO]with even Alec Baldwin mocking Bannon during a tweet on January 4.

Taking to Twitter early Thursday morning was Alec Baldwin, as the actor who has recently been known to play a satirical version of Donald Trump on "Saturday Night Live" decided to poke fun at Steve Bannon.

"I picture Bannon breaking open a bag of adult diapers," Baldwin wrote from the official Twitter account of the Alec Baldwin Foundation. "Taking out the polymer adhesive lining, cooking that up, smoking it and reading THE ART OF WAR while standing fully n*de in the Bomb Cyclone," he concluded in a clear shot at the rift between Bannon and Trump.

Baldwin's opposition

Alec Baldwin has been known to be vocal in his opposition to Donald Trump ever since being hired to play a mock version of the president on "Saturday Night Live" after the conclusion of the Republican primary in the summer of 2016. While Baldwin plays Trump on the sketch comedy show, he has also spoken out against the commander in chief on multiple occasions, including during his appearance along side filmmaker Michael Moore at a protest in New York City last year. Baldwin will return to his role as the satirical Trump when "Saturday Night Live" returns from their holiday break on January 13 to continue with season 43 of the award-winning show on NBC.