After the news broke that Donald Trump allegedly had a child with a woman he had an affair with in the 1980s, it was only a matter of time before the story became headline news. While many gave their opinions, it was actor Alec Baldwin that decided to poke fun at the president.

Baldwin on Trump

In the weeks leading up to the 2016 presidential election, the now infamous "Access Hollywood" tape was released and revealed Donald Trump's private sexual thoughts about a married woman.

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As the weeks moved on, a dozen women came forward to accuse Trump of various forms of sexual misconduct. As expected, Trump denied the allegations, labeling it all "fake news" while claiming the women only wanted to get their name into the news and make money.

Since then, Trump has also had to face other allegations, including the reported affair he had with adult film star Stormy Daniels.

The latest scandal comes in an April 12 report by The New Yorker stating that the National Enquirer reportedly paid Dino Sajudin, a former doorman at Trump Tower, $30,000 for the exclusive rights to tell his story about Donald Trump having an affair with a former housekeeper, who then allegedly gave birth to their child. The National Enquirer, who has long supported Trump, decided to keep the story hidden as a way not to hurt his chances [VIDEO] in the election.

In response, "Saturday Night Live" actor Alec Baldwin took to Twitter to mock his rival. "One test of Trump’s love child: does he have anti-freeze in his veins and does he lie, all day, even when unnecessary?" Baldwin wondered. Baldwin's mockery of Trump comes just days after the actor returned to "Saturday Night Live" and took on his satirical role of the commander in chief, helping the show deliver strong ratings and critically positive reviews as the program moves forward in its 43rd season.

Sajudin response

Following the news of The New Yorker story, Dino Sajudin broke his silence to confirm the reports [VIDEO]. "I can confirm that while working at Trump World Tower, I was instructed not to criticize President Trump’s former housekeeper due to a prior relationship she had with President Trump which produced a child," he said. An additional report by the Associated Press notes that Sajudin would have been hit with a $1 million fine if he publicly spoke out about the story in question. As of press time, neither Trump nor his White House have responded to the New Yorker's story or Baldwin's tweet.