Alec Baldwin Makes His 'Donald Trump' Debut on 'SNL'

The actor spoofed the GOP presidential candidate during its season premiere.

Trump took to the "debate" stage, saying, "Good evening, America. I am going to be so good tonight. I am going to be so calm. I am going to be so presidential."

And similar to how Clinton kept quiet during the debate while Trump either attacked her or spoke at length about a topic she was clearly at odds with, McKinnon's Clinton smiled and said confidently, "I think I'm going to be president."

McKinnon also imitated Clinton's trademark debate move: The shimmy.

Baldwin also took a cue from Trump's seemingly argumentative demeanor, interrupting McKinnon, with "Wrong! Wrong! Shut Up!" several times.

During one point in the "debate," McKinnon's Clinton starts to tear up. "I'm sorry, Lester," she says, addressing "SNL" cast member Michael Che, who played debate moderator Lester Holt. "This is going so well. It's going exactly as I've always dreamed."

As the sketch came to a close, "Clinton" kicked off her closing statement: "I get it: You hate me. You hate my voice and you hate my face. But if you never want to see my face again, elect me president and I swear to God I will lock myself in the Oval Office and not come out for four years."

NBC announced last week that Baldwin will play the Republican presidential candidate for the remainder of the race.