‘Saturday Night Live’: Alec Baldwin Returns as Donald Trump for Oval Office Meeting with Kanye West (Watch)

It only took until the third episode of “Saturday Night Live’s” 44th season for Alex Baldwin to slip back into a suit, red tie and Donald Trump combover wig.

The Emmy winning actor and new talk show host appeared in the cold open sketch, which focused on Trump’s Oval Office meeting with Kanye West (played here by Chris Redd) and Jim Brown (played by Kenan Thompson).

Baldwin as Trump welcomed West to the office, thanking him for giving him a pair of his sneakers (“They’re perfect for me because they’re white, they’re wide and they’re never going to be worth as much as you say they are,” Baldwin’s Trump said) and allowing him to make “one or two brief, lucid remarks.”

Redd as West began by starting that “time is a myth” and he is “a prisoner in a different dimension.” From there he launched into his belief that “the 13th amendment is a trapdoor…and why would you install a trapdoor when you could end up with the Unabomber?”

As he ranted, Baldwin’s Trump realized “this guy might be cuckoo,” noting that he’s been in a room with both Dennis Rodman and Kim Jong Un, and they “made a lot more sense” than West.

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