For the second year in a row, Donald Trump refused to take part in the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner. While the event quickly made headlines for a variety of reasons, Alec Baldwin had a few things to say on his Twitter account.

Baldwin on Trump

For almost the last 100 years, the White House Correspondents' Dinner has been a yearly tradition to unite the current administration at the time and the media.

Starting back in 1921, the press and the president have gathered together in Washington as the month of April comes to a close, with a comedian holding a roast of the commander in chief starting back in 1983. However, due to the ongoing feud between Donald Trump and the majority of the mainstream media, the president decided to skip this year's event for the second year in a row, instead holding his own campaign-style rally. At the WHCD, which was held on Saturday night, Michelle Wolf created buzz after taking hard shots at Trump and his administration, including White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders who was in attendance.

Following the White House Correspondents' Dinner, actor Alec Baldwin, who currently plays a satirical role of Donald Trump on "Saturday Night Live," decided to take to his Twitter account on April 29 to say a few words.

"Caught a glimpse of the WHCD," Baldwin tweeted. "Sarah H S and Kellyanne C sporting that Captain Bligh look that has served them so well," he added.

After many conservatives, right-wing media pundits, and supporters of Donald Trump piled on Michelle Wolf for her harsh criticism of the Trump administration, Alec Baldwin appeared to respond on Twitter with a message of not backing down in holding the president's feet to the fire.

"Whatever you do, don’t stop commenting, observing, critiquing this President here and in other media," Baldwin tweeted out. "Keep the fires burning. November is coming," Baldwin stated, before concluding, "The beginning of the end of this unfathomable nightmare."

Baldwin's double down

In addition to his criticism of Donald Trump over the White House Correspondents' Dinner, Alec Baldwin responded to the rumors that the former host of "The Apprentice" could be nominated for a Nobel Prize for his attempt to denuclearize North Korea.

"Let’s see," Baldwin starts, before tweeting off a list of Trump's negative qualities. "Abuses his contractors in his primary business. Sexual predator. Incoherent public speaker. Intellectually incurious. Racist. Lazy," Baldwin writes, before adding, "Appeals to the worst in disenfranchised, bitter white voters. Yeah. Put it all together, that spells Nobel."