On Saturday morning, the state of #Hawaii woke up to an alert of a missile threat that sent many panicking over the next hour. It was soon revealed to be a false alarm, an while the news dominated the headlines [VIDEO] it was all but ignored by Donald Trump.

Baldwin on Trump

Shortly after 8 a.m. local time on Saturday morning, an alert went out across Hawaii warning of a missile threat. "BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII," the alert read, while warning people to "SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER" and confirming that "THIS IS NOT A DRILL." Over the next 38 minutes, there was panic until 8:37 a.m. when a second alert was sent out to clarify that there was no threat.

According top officials, an error was made during a "standard procedure at the change over of a shift" when an employee pushed the wrong button. Over the remaining course of the day, the false alarm was one of the top stories in the headlines, but received no comment from Donald Trump who instead sent out several tweets on other issues. Backlash quickly followed, with many putting the blame on the president for stoking fear with North Korea. As Trump remained silent, actor #Alec Baldwin decided to poke fun [VIDEO] at the president during a tweet of his own on January 14.

Taking to #Twitter on Sunday, Alec Baldwin took a shot at Donald Trump following his lack of response to the false alarm in Hawaii.

"Ivanka calls it 'Hannity and chill,'" Baldwin tweeted, while attaching a photo of himself dressed in his Trump makeup and attire that he uses during his role on "Saturday Night Live."

"It’s the greatest piece of chocolate cake I’ve ever had, and I’ve had it all over the world.#TrumpInternationalDC," Alec Baldwin wrote during the satirical tweet, which shows the actor sitting in bed eating cake. "I’m gonna send some cakes to Hawaii to smooth things over," the tweet added, while using the hashtag "YouCantSpellAmerica" to promote his recently released book that is a fictional look at a Trump biography told through the eyes of Baldwin's version of the president.

Trolling Trump

This isn't the first time that Alec Baldwin has mocked Donald Trump. In addition to playing a satirical role of the president on "Saturday Night Live," where he won an Emmy in 2017, Baldwin has often used Twitter to clap back at the commander in chief, while also taking part in various protests against the current administration.

With "Saturday Night Live" now back from the show's holiday break, it's expected that Baldwin will appear as Trump in the upcoming weeks.