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The incoming White House press secretary had some harsh words for “Saturday Night Live” YouTube/KSL via Rare
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Incoming White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer responded to the latest feud between “Saturday Night Live” and President-elect Donald Trump.

The comedy skit show decided to poke even more fun at Trump by using the cold open as a mock press conference.

Trump felt prompted to tweet yet again about how much he disliked the show:

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Spicer turned his criticism toward “SNL,” which is known for its controversial humor, on a Monday segment of NBC’s “Today.”

He said that the segment was “not funny” and called it “mean-spirited.”

“And it’s gone from being a show you could sit back and get a good laugh out of to being something that’s frankly mean and bad television,” he added.

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Though Trump hosted an “SNL” episode in 2015, it’s safe to say from his tweets that his newer opinion of the show will remain unchanged in the next four years.

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(H/T Mediaite)

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