Alec Baldwin will host "Saturday Night Live" for a record-breaking 17th time on Feb. 11, and it’s a pretty sure bet that there will be some Donald Trump impressions.
Baldwin was previously tied with Steve Martin for the most "SNL" hosting gigs.
Baldwin has impersonated Trump frequently during this season of the show, dressing in a custom wig and tan makeup, although he didn't appear on the show the day after the inauguration.
Most of his performances were met with furious tweets from Trump during his time as president-elect.
At one point, Baldwin tweeted back, “If you release your tax returns, I’ll stop.”
Presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway maintains the president will not release the returns, however. Trump has said he is under audit by the IRS and cannot release them at this time, but the IRS said there's no conflict there, Politico reported.
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