Saturday Night Live cast member Kenan Thompson admitted that not only is the comedy world experiencing what he calls “Trump fatigue," but the whole world is experiencing it.
"I think anything overly repetitive gets a little tiring," the "Saturday Night Live" cast member told ITK, according to The Hill. "So we'll see how that plays out. It seems like there's a new day approaching."
SNL’s Alec Baldwin has played Trump during the show since he won the 2016 election and somehow won an Emmy Award for his portrayal of the president in 2017.
President Trump called the show a “total Republican hit job” and said there was “nothing funny” about their skits.
Thompson seemed to be more interested in the show veering from making fun of the same person and instead focus on delivering equal opportunity jokes to different presidential candidates while they have the time to do so.
"I mean, I think it would be funny to see Kamala do it with Maya [Rudolph] on the show," Thompson said. "That would be a lot of fun."
"We're supposed to be giving equal time to anybody…so I guess the door's open to whoever,” he concluded.