Actor Alec Baldwin returned to "Saturday Night Live" this week to resume his impersonation of President Trump. 

Baldwin's Trump touted his many accomplishments in the episode's cold open. The skit hit at the Trump administration's decision to halt ObamaCare payments known as cost-sharing reductions (CSRs) and the decision not to certify the Iran deal.

"Its been a big week, folks," Baldwin's Trump says in the skit. "We're getting rid of everything Obama did — health care, the Iran deal. And we're ripping out all the vegetables in Michelle's garden and we're planting McNuggets. McNuggets. Gotta love the McNuggets."


SNL's cold open also addressed rapper Eminem's freestyle rap this week during the BET Hip Hop Awards, during which he unloaded on Trump, calling him a “kamikaze that will probably cause a nuclear holocaust.”

"Eminem apparently did a freestyle rap on the BET network the other day and he rapped some very nasty things about me," SNL's Trump said. "And very soon I'm going to release a response rap on the white entertainment network HGTV."

Baldwin first started appearing as Trump during the 2016 election and has returned for two out of the three episodes of SNL's new season.