​Donald Trump Says "Alex Baldwin's" Impression Is "Agony for Those Who Were Forced to Watch"

He also suggested that 'Saturday Night Live' bring back Darrell Hammond to play him
​Donald Trump Says 'Alex Baldwin's' Impression Is 'Agony for Those Who Were Forced to Watch'
Donald Trump has responded to Alec Baldwin's recent remarks that portraying the president on Saturday Night Live is "agony."
This morning, Trump fired back (on Twitter, of course), claiming that Baldwin's impression of him is "agony for those who were forced to watch."
In his initial Twitter rampage, the president misspelled the actor's name, calling him "Alex Baldwin" — to the annoyance of one Twitter user who is actually named that.
Trump has since corrected his tweet, which also needed spell check on the word "dieing." His corrected statement now reads: "Alec Baldwin, whose dying mediocre career was saved by his terrible impersonation of me on SNL, now says playing me was agony. Alec, it was agony for those who were forced to watch."
We're not entirely sure whose implementing the cruel and unusual punishment of forcing people to watch SNL, but Trump did offer a suggestion for Lorne Michaels to improve the torture victims' experiences. He added, "Bring back Darrell Hammond, funnier and a far greater talent!"
Baldwin has since responded to Trump's tweets. See his rebuttal below.
Longtime cast member Hammond did, in fact, return to the show to portray Trump in 2015. Watch him put his impression back into action in a pre-election debate sketch below.