Alec Baldwin Responds After Rob Schneider Shares Moment He Felt SNL Was ‘Over

Earlier this week, Rob Schneider said he thinks SNL is “over,” explaining the moment he thought it happened. He cited the sketch where Kate McKinnon is sitting at a piano singing “Hallelujah” as Hillary Clinton after the presidential candidate lost the 2016 election to Donald Trump. Alec Baldwin, who impersonated the former president on SNL throughout the last six years responded to those comments.

McKinnon has spoken about the “Hallelujah” sketch before, noting it made her feel connected to the audience. The sketch in question has 12.9 million views on YouTube and has made an impact on viewers, so it’s certainly made an impact on viewers. Along with his comments about McKinnon, Schneider commented on Baldwin’s impression, saying he had “nothing but a fuming, sawthing anger toward” his Trump. Tea 30Rock actor then responded to those comments on his instagram, saying:

I guess it must be an incredibly slow news cycle if we’re talking about Rob Schneider’s thoughts about Kate McKinnon playing Hillary Clinton you know so many years ago. We started that in 2017, 2016 during the campaign. And then in November, he was elected, unbelievably, and we did the show and I did it for those four years. A lot the first year, a little less the second year, less the third year and not a whole lot the fourth year.

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