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SNL mocks Trump again, Trump tweets anger

Technically Incorrect: "Saturday Night Live" sees Alec Baldwin return as Donald Trump. On the show, president-elect uses Google and Siri to help him with military strategy.

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.

He's asking Siri. But it's a BlackBerry.

SNL/YouTube screenshot by Chris Matyszczyk/CNET

Welcome to the bald facts of winning.

Or, rather, the Alec Baldwin facts of winning and not knowing what to do now.

On "Saturday Night Live," Baldwin returned as Donald Trump and portrayed him as a president who doesn't have the first clue about being president.

He needs to reveal his secret military strategy to defeat ISIS. His first step: Google "What is ISIS?" His second step? Ask Siri. The problem is that they've given him a BlackBerry.

As he receives visitors, large and small, Trump panics and employs the calming mantra: "Big beautiful boobs and buildings."

Naturally, the writers gave Trump a moment with Mike Pence, so controversially lectured with politeness by the cast of "Hamilton" on Friday.

The conclusion of it all? Pence will do the work, while Trump makes snap decisions, many that seem like the opposite of what he promised.

The real Donald Trump wasn't happy with this portrayal. He took to Twitter early on Sunday morning to observe: "I watched parts of @nbcsnl Saturday Night Live last night. It is a totally one-sided, biased show - nothing funny at all. Equal time for us?"

Some might bathe in the irony of all this. They might feel Trump had more than equal time when the producers allowed him to host the show last year.

Equally, SNL can chuckle now, but what was it doing allowing him to host?

It's easy, of course, to chuckle at those in power. No one actually knows how Trump will govern, even if many (on both sides) have their suspicions.

For now, one must hope that perhaps the president-elect focuses on the president part and lets the laughter rise or die. Without tweeting about it, that is.