“Saturday Night Live” in its latest episode mocked the feud between President TrumpDonald John TrumpPapadopoulos claims he was pressured to sign plea deal Tlaib asking colleagues to support impeachment investigation resolution Trump rips 'Mainstream Media': 'They truly are the Enemy of the People' MORE and Amazon, with actor Steve Carell playing the retail giant’s founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos.

"As you know, Amazon just announced the location of its two new headquarters in New York and Virginia, and everyone — except for the people who live there and the people who live in all the places we didn't choose — is thrilled," Carell said.

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“Some folks have speculated that I was somehow trolling President Trump by building one headquarters in his hometown of Queens and the other in his current residence of Washington, D.C., thereby overshadowing or humiliating him,” he said.

"But that's simply not true. Sure, he attacked me repeatedly on Twitter. But I chose our locations because they were ideal for growing business, not just to make Donald Trump think about how I'm literally 100 times richer than he is," he added.

Trump has frequently criticized Bezos, who also owns The Washington Post, and links the online retailer to its White House coverage even though the newspaper has said that Bezos plays no role in its editorial decisions.  He has also targeted Amazon’s agreement with the U.S. Postal Service (USPS), which allows it to ship packages at reduced rates, blaming it for the fiscal woes at USPS. 

Carell as Bezos said late Saturday that he didn’t just buy The Washington Post to run headlines like “The White House is in meltdown” or “Immigration lawyers suing for Apprentice tapes of Trump using the N-word.”

“I also love our Style section,” he added, turning to a page showing Trump playing tennis under the print headline: “Hottest New Trend: Tennis Diapers.”

Carell also announced “Amazon Caravan,” a new delivery option.

"Any package going to any Trump building will get delivered by hundreds of Honduran and Mexican immigrants," he said.

Trump in the run-up to the midterms repeatedly warned of a caravan of Central American migrants moving northward through Mexico. He also dispatched troops to the U.S. border ahead of their arrival.

“We’re ready to launch drone deliveries too. But testing has shown that customers find drones scary and impersonal. That’s why I’m outfitting each and every drone with human hair,” Carell's Bezos said on "SNL," showing a drone with Trump-style hair.

"The style of the hair is completely random," he added. "I just wanted something that looks so silly that everybody knows it was fake. That the drone should just give up and shave its head like a real man would."

"This has been a sick burn by Amazon's Jeff Bezos," a narrator said at the end of the message.