WATCH: SNL Sketch Hurts President-Elect Trump’s Fee-Fees So He Cried To Twitter (TWEET)

Our orange, whiny President-elect Donald Trump spent the whole campaign saying how “tough” he is going to be. However, he goes off on tantrums over the smallest things. When he is offended, he runs to the safety of his Twitter account.

Now, the cast of Saturday Night Live (SNL) has done a sketch that made our Crybaby-In-Chief mad.

The sketch shows Alec Baldwin as Trump at one of his country clubs. Various generals and voters come in to congratulate him and remind him about all of the things he promised during the campaign.

In whiny Trump fashion, Baldwin says that they should back off of things such as repealing Obamacare. Baldwin-Trump then urges his Vice-President-elect to do everything.

Kate McKinnon, who dressed as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in previous sketches, is now dressed as Trump’s campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway.

This came just hours after the incident with Vice-President-elect Mike Pence and the cast of Hamilton. The cast urged Pence to act on behalf of all-Americans. They were just trying to spread the message of “love.” However, Trump got very mad about that as well.

This is not the first time SNL has made fun of the Trumpkin. They had some great sketches of Trump and Sec. Hillary Clinton at the debates. The real Trump got mad at those sketches as well.

President Barack Obama to Trump said:

“And so, I’d advise Mr Trump to stop whining and go try and make his case to get votes.”

This is what comedians do. People will do political satire no matter who is in office. That’s part of the freedom of expression we are guaranteed in the First Amendment. Hopefully, President Trump won’t try to take these freedoms from us. Trumpy needs a thicker skin if he is going to be the leader of the free world.

Watch the SNL sketch that has Trump crying to Twitter here:

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