'SNL' Gets Last Laugh as Alec Baldwin Wins Critics' Choice Award for Donald Trump Impression

Playing Kate McKinnon and Alec Baldwin Win Awards For SNL Characters

On Sunday, Alec Baldwin won a Critics' Choice Award for his edgy impersonation of Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live.

After Baldwin returned to the SNL stage to portray Trump, the show was branded "unwatchable" by the president-elect, who also blasted the 30 Rock actor for a portrayal that "stinks."

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Baldwin took home the Best Guest Performer award. 

Kate McKinnon, who often went toe-to-toe with Baldwin as Hillary Clinton, was also honored as Best Actress in a Comedy Series for her portrayal.

The long-running sketch comedy series went right back to tweaking Trump over the weekend, this time taking aim at his cabinet picks.

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Television’s infamous meth-maker Walter White of Breaking Bad fame was resurrected by actor Bryan Cranston on the “Weekend Update" sketch.

Cranston, who won numerous Emmys for the persona, spoofed that White is Trump's pick to head the DEA.

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