With "Saturday Night Live" set to return this weekend, Alec Baldwin spoke out about playing Donald Trump. In response, the president decided to fire back on social media.

Trump on Baldwin

It's no secret that veteran actor Alec Baldwin is not a fan of Donald Trump.

For the better part of the last two years, Baldwin has played a satirical version of the former host of "The Apprentice" on "Saturday Night Live," reviving his career and helping to bring high ratings to the show in the process. In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, Baldwin explained that he's actually getting tired of playing Trump, saying, "Every time I do it now, it’s like agony. Agony. I can’t." Baldwin even went on to say that a random person on the street would be a better president than Trump, only continuing the feud between the two.

With Alec Baldwin making his feelings heard, Donald Trump took to Twitter on March 2 to express his anger and frustration.

"Alec Baldwin, whose dying mediocre career was saved by his terrible impersonation of me on SNL, now says playing me was agony," Trump tweeted. "Alec, it was agony for those who were forced to watch," the president wrote, while adding, "Bring back Darrell Hammond, funnier and a far greater talent!"

Baldwin responds

In retaliation to Donald Trump's tweet, Alec Baldwin wasted no time returning the favor.

"Agony though it may be, I’d like to hang in there for the impeachment hearings, the resignation speech, the farewell helicopter ride to Mara-A-Lago," Baldwin tweeted. "You know. The Good Stuff. That we’ve all been waiting for," he added.

Trump's grammar trouble

Donald Trump's Twitter attack on Alec Baldwin was actually his second attempt of the morning after he was forced to remove his first tweet following a spelling and grammar error.

"Alex Baldwin, whose dieing mediocre career was saved by his impersonation of me on SNL, now says playing DJT was agony for him," Trump originally wrote, misspelling the word "dying."

This isn't the first time that Trump has been quick to lash out on social media before proofreading his tweets, resulting in humiliation for the president who often claims he's "very smart," has the "best words," while also bragging that he attended the best schools growing up, including the Wharton School.

Moving forward

Donald Trump is currently facing an onslaught of issues as president.

From the gun control debate, to the Russian investigation, to allegations of his alleged extramarital affairs with adult film stars, the billionaire real estate mogul still appears distracted by the worlds of a Hollywood actor. "Saturday Night Live" returns this Saturday night on NBC, and it's expected that Alec Baldwin will once again play a humorous version of the commander in chief.