"What can I say? We have a type."
Alec Baldwin was among the 100 NBC stars to publicly criticize the network for its controversial scheduling of President Trump’s Oct. 15 town hall, and when he appeared as the POTUS on Saturday Night Live‘s Oct. 17 episode, the actor got in one more dig. In fact, SNL addressed the Trump town hall more than once, despite airing on the same network.
The sketch comedy’s cold open began by noting that, while ABC aired Democratic presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden’s town hall, NBC opted to lay "a thirst trap for President Trump," at the same time.
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