“You are embarrassing yourself”: A Missouri woman’s tweetstorm rebukes Donald Trump for whining about an SNL skit

A little too on-the-nose.
A little too on-the-nose.
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Alec Baldwin’s uncanny Donald Trump impersonation has delighted Saturday Night Live’s audience, but it has consistently drawn ire from the man himself.

This week’s skit, in which Baldwin’s Trump keeps interrupting a security briefing to retweet a high schooler and various other random people, managed to once again offend the president-elect (despite similarities to his actual tweets). On Dec. 4, Trump tweeted that “the Baldwin impersonation just can’t get any worse.” He called Saturday Night Live—a show he himself made an appearance on during his campaign trail—”unwatchable.”

Trump has been often provoked by Baldwin’s parody—in October, he called a skit featuring Baldwin’s impersonation a “hit job” and accused the sketch comedy show of “rigging” the election. A month later, he called SNL ”totally one-sided, biased.”

On Sunday, Baldwin offered Trump a reprieve from his SNL impressions. The 58-year-old actor suggested a deal:

Trump’s latest reaction to SNL was a step too far for one Missouri woman, who took to Twitter to excoriate the president-elect for whining about a TV show. Danielle Muscato, whose Twitter bio describes her as “Atheist—Civil Rights Activist—Musician—Trans Woman,” told Trump: “You are embarrassing yourself.”

By this morning (Dec. 5), her first tweet had over 80,000 likes and over 22,000 retweets. In the rest of her viral 30-tweet rant, she made calls to “#Resist” Trump, and urged people to call out the president-elect’s “propaganda” and “fascism.” Here’s a sample of her tweets: