Alec Baldwin Returns to 'SNL' as Donald Trump for the First Time Since Election

The Hollywood Reporter

Alec Baldwin returned to play Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live for the first time since the billionaire businessman was elected the 45th president of the United States, and he didn't disappoint. 

"Google, what is ISIS?" Baldwin's Trump character asked his computer in the skit. "Siri, how do I kill ISIS?"

Baldwin took last week, the episode immediately after the election, off. Kate McKinnon opened that episode as Hillary Clinton, performing the late Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah."

In the newest episode, McKinnon played Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway.

In the sketch, Baldwin's Trump went back on most of his promises, saying "just leave it" to multiple policies in place that the real Trump campaigned on overturning. 

Former castmember Jason Sudeikis returned as Mitt Romney. Both characters agreed working together would never pan out. The actual Romney is reportedly in the running for a Trump cabinet position. 

The skit also poked fun at Vice President-elect Mike Pence being booed at a performance of Hamilton on Friday night, with the character saying he got a "free lecture." 

"Oh, and Mike, you're going to take care of everything, right?" Baldwin's Trump asked Pence about running the Oval Office.