The world watched this week as presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump faced off in their first-ever debate. Now, expect to laugh about it on the 42nd season premiere of "Saturday Night Live."
"SNL" cast member Kate McKinnon will resurrect her super-determined Clinton character on Saturday and Alec Baldwin will play Republican nominee Trump, "SNL" revealed in a surprise tweet on Wednesday.
The former "30 Rock" star is a familiar face to "SNL" viewers, having guest-hosted the show a record-breaking 16 times. The actor's celebrity impressions on the show include Al Pacino, Bono, Tony Bennett and Marlon Brando.
Although this will be the first time the famously liberal actor is portraying Trump, Baldwin has played a Republican presidential hopeful in the past — Texas Gov. Rick Perry in a 2011 cold-open sketch that mocked the GOP debates.
Baldwin gave viewers a glimpse of his Trump impression in Wednesday's tweet, which found him donning a blond wig and bushy eyebrows and practicing his pout.
Trump himself guest-hosted the show in 2015.
Season 42 of "Saturday Night Live" kicks off Saturday, October 1 with guest host Margot Robbie and musical guest the Weeknd.