Johnny Depp says he'll take on the "Saturday Night Live" impersonation of President TrumpDonald John TrumpFormer Watergate prosecutor: Trump taking the fifth would be political suicide Comey: I’m ‘embarrassed and ashamed’ by Republican party Comey, Anderson Cooper clash over whether memo release violated FBI rules MORE if Alec Baldwin decides to step down.

Depp, appearing with daytime host Ellen Degeneres on Thursday, played Trump in a 2016 Funny or Die video called "Art of the Deal." But he said he has never seen Baldwin's infamous impression of the president. 

"Well, I've seen Trump do Trump, which is shocking to me," he added.

When Degeneres asked him if he'd ever do his Trump impersonation on "SNL," Depp said, "sure."

"Because then basically, Alec's done all of the work," he said. "I can just copy him."

Depp, who called Trump a "brat" during his campaign, predicted last year that he could be the "last president of the United States."

Baldwin, who has drawn White House criticism for his recurring role, has indicated he might not play the commander in chief in the long-term.

“There’s a style the president has to have, and I think the maliciousness of this White House is a little — has people very worried, which is why I’m not going to do it much longer, by the way, that whole impersonation,” Baldwin said in March. “I don’t think how much more people can take it, you know.” 

The season finale of "Saturday Night Live" airs this weekend.