On a special summer version of Saturday Night Live, Alec Baldwin returned as President Donald Trump to reenact his rally in Phoenix, Arizona and to address the criticism over his response to Charlottesville.
"People ask me why are you doing a rally only 8 months in?" SNL's Trump said. "Folks, it's never too early to campaign for 2020. Mike Pence is already doing it."
"I'm going to give you the hits," he promised. "The electoral map, drain the swamp, lock her up, all of them."
"But, first I want to talk about Charlottesville. As we all know, there was a tragic victim that came out of Charlottesville: me," he said.
"Folks, the media has treated me so unfairly by reporting my entire remarks, even the bad ones," Baldwin's Trump said.
SNL's Trump went to read his original response to Charlottesville, but "accidentally" read his Hollywood Tonight comments about women.
He also gave a farewell to Steve Bannon.
"The one person who has done so much for us is Steve Bannon and I wanted to give him a proper goodbye," 'Trump' said. "Steve is going on to Breitbart where he will be fighting the good fight against globalist cucks like my son-in-law Jared."