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Alec Baldwin fires back with some presidential advice after Trump angrily tweets about 'SNL'

Donald Trump is still unhappy with Alec Baldwin's portrayal of him on "Saturday Night Live."

After the "30 Rock" star reprised his role as the president-elect on Saturday night's show, Trump had some thoughts.

"It is a totally one-sided, biased show —nothing funny at all," Trump tweeted at 5:26 a.m. "Equal time for us?"

A New York Times report from just before the election said aides had wrested control of Trump's Twitter account from him. His tweets since winning the election suggest he has regained access to it; for one thing, they've been madefrom an Android device, a sign that Trump is the one writing and sending the messages. A data scientist found earlier this year that more hyperbolic tweets tend to come from that device, while the more polished ones, likely sent by a staffer, come from an iPhone.

On Saturday, Trump angrily tweeted about an incident in which Vice President-electMike Pence was booed by the crowd and subsequently lectured by the cast at a showing of "Hamilton." (Uncharacteristically, Trump deleted a tweet that suggested a cast member couldn't memorize his lines.) He is demanding that the cast apologize.

Trump has also taken aim at the New York Times, which he has repeatedlycalled "failing"in tweets about their coverage of him.

Baldwin responded to Trump's "SNL" criticism with some critiques of how Trump is doing his own job. (The tweets were sent from @ABFalecbaldwin, the official account for his charitable foundation, and retweeted from Baldwin's personal account.)

"Election is over. There is no more equal time," he tweeted. Then he laid out what he'd be doing with his time if he had been elected president.

"I could go on," he added. "You want more advice, call me. I'll be at SNL."

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