The Republican presidential candidate tweeted Sunday morning saying, "Watched Saturday Night Live hit job on me.Time to retire the boring and unfunny show". As they say, all publicity is good publicity, especially with the candidate calling attention to the show himself.
Saturday's opening sketch skewered Trump's onstage pacing during the second presidential debate, and portrayed him as both a racist and hypocrite.
Later in the same tweet, Trump said the media was rigging the election - a constant refrain for the businessman turned presidential nominee as more and more scandals have unfolded around his campaign in recent weeks. Cast member Bobby Moynihan played red sweater-clad Bone.
The sketch, with Cecily Strong and Alex Moffat as co-moderators Martha Raddatz and Anderson Cooper, presented questions that were pretty similar to those actually asked in the "worst-ever" debate, as Strong's Raddatz calls it.
Baldwin, for his part, simply retweeted Trump's comments.
At this point in the election, it nearly seems like Donald Trump's candidacy is one giant walking punchline.
In the sketch, Baldwin's Trump looms behind McKinnon's Clinton, similar to how Trump did during the debate.
Last night's episode also included a spoof on the Beyonce video "Sorry", a song about marital strife from the singer's "Lemonade" album.
As CNNMoney's Brian Stelter noted, Trump sang quite a different tune 11 months ago, when he hosted the show.