And Alec - who infamously impersonates the president on "Saturday Night Live" - believes it won't be long until the controversy blows over.
He first played the then Republican candidate president on the show's season premiere on October 1.
On returning to play Trump: "Yea, we're going to fit that in".
We've not seen the last of television's greatest Donald Trump impersonator - that is, unless you count Donald Trump himself. That's what happens when you've become a caricature of yourself and are perceived as a worldwide joke.
Earlier this year, Baldwin said he wasn't sure if he was going to be back on "SNL" because he thought that the impression was becoming too much for the audience. Although she wasn't there in person, there was a pre-tapped segment of the actress pretending to be Baldwin's most-hated paparazzo. "Speaking of pigs, some of you may remember me as that "thoughtless little pig" you read about. But I think people make mistakes, I've made my mistakes". "I couldn't show him where I got the first one". Of course I don't think Johnny Depp meant to say that he wants to kill the president, I think he's a pretty sane guy.
Two months later, Trump wrote that a skit with the character was "totally biased, not amusing and the Baldwin impersonation just can't get any worse".