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Trump thunders against the Saturday Night Live. Will have satireshowet considered by the court

President Donald Trump has repeatedly langet out in social media against the satirical humorprogrammet "Saturday Night Live", who have gone on the channel NBC since 1975. In the messages, mostly on Twitter, he has come with a number of juicy features, such as "sad!", "not funny", "totally biased" and "really bad TV".

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Now he takes the criticism a step further, tweeting that the application should be considered by u.s. courts. This reports FOX News.

"The one-sided coverage, hour by hour, of the networks that NBC and the PR machines for the Democrats that Saturday Night Live is a REAL scandal. It is nothing less than unfair news coverage, and advertising for the Democrats," writes Trump on Twitter.

He is clear on what he thinks should be done:

"Should be tested in the courts, can possibly be legal? Only defamation and abuse. Conspiracy?"

Got the soul back from the devil

the Background for the reaction is åpningssketsjen in the program's annual juleepisode, which parody the film "It's a Wonderful Life" from 1946. "Unfolds in a world where Trump was never elected.

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In " we meet a recently divorced Melania Trump, and Eric Trump who take high school again. Vice president Mike Pence is an aspiring DJ and special investigator Robert Mueller, the actor Robert De Niros figure, he says, "fortunately never have had to investigate a idiot for treason".

We also meet with actor Matt Damon as supreme court justice Brett Kavanaugh, and Kate McKinnon as special adviser Kellyanne Conway. Conway tells thrilled that "after we lost the election, I got my soul back by the devil".

Demanded apology

It is not the first time Trump comes with legal threats. According to CNBC demanding Trump's lawyers that the book "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House" was drawn in the entirety, and that a public apology was issued by the author Michael Wolff.

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a Short time after the corresponding claims against Omarosa Manigault Newman, Trump's former communications advisor, and author of the book "Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House". This reports The Washington Post.

None of the requirements was followed up by Trump's lawyers.

Frequently imitated

Trump was first parodied on "Saturday Night Live" in 1988, the time of actor Phil Hartman. Since then, comedians such as Darrell Hammond, Jason Sudeikis, Taran Killam and no later Alec Baldwin interpreted the president on the relentless satireprogrammet. He has even been a television presenter for the show two times, in 2004 and 2015.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, it is Hammond who is the president's personal favorite. In a Twitter message, wrote the president that it was "a disorder" to see the Baldwins imitation, and claim at the same time that the role of the saved player's "dying and mediocre career".

- Bring back Darrell Hammond, much funnier and a far greater talent, " he concludes.

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