President-elect Donald Trump has slammed Saturday Night Live's latest political spoof of him becoming elected.
The latest skit to appear on the American comedy show sees actor Alec Baldwin return in a role as Mr Trump googling 'what is ISIS?' and then changing many of his controversial campaign policies.
Actor Jason Sudeikis also appeared in the role of Mitt Romney to mock Mr Trump meeting with Romney, who harshly criticised him during his election campaign.
Mr Trump criticised the episode saying Saturday Night Live, which often mocks politicians and celebrities is "one-sided" and not funny.
Alec Baldwin responded to Mr Trump's comments with a Twitter rant of his own saying there is no such thing as equal time now he has been elected.
News Mitt Romney is also being considered for a key roll on Mr Trump's administration, as Secretary of State, came after the pair met over the weekend.
"Governor Romney is under active and serious consideration to serve as secretary of state of the United States," said Mike Pence, the vice president-elect in an interview on CBS's "Face the Nation".