Alec Baldwin and Donald Trump Jr. participated on Tuesday in a Twitter training match that followed the actor's apparent response to President Trump's condemnation of SNL earlier this week.
The back and forth broke out Monday night when the president's son, tweeted his reaction to a report titled: "Alec Baldwin says that Trump's SNP tweet may be a threat to his family."
"The guy who hits people in the face on a parking lot, has aggressively harassed paparazzi and humiliated his daughter by reprimanding him on the phone, etc.," wrote Trump Jr.
ALEC BALDWIN WONDERS IF PRESIDENT TRUMP'S TWEET COULD BE A THREAT TO HIM AND HIS FAMILY
In response, Baldwin responded: "You know, Junior, I'm sure we pointed out, before a possible charge and a jail sentence to be part of the first criminal enterprise to operate out of the WH. But do not worry. Give @nbcsnl while you are in the slammer. Your father and his hazel will never be far away. "
The above-mentioned report concerned a comment that Baldwin made on Twitter On Sunday night, he wondered whether Trump's disapproval of SNL – which comes a day after the actor resumed his role as president – should be seen as a "threat" to his "security" and that of his family.
The humorous series skit on Saturday mocked Trump's declaration of a state of emergency aimed at securing funding at the border. On Sunday morning, the president criticized SNL on Twitter, writing that there was "nothing funny" in this "tired" show aired "on Fake News NBC!".
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He then suggested that some TV channels were creating "Republican strike jobs", adding that it was "very unfair".
"THE RAW AND CORRECTED MEDIA ARE THE PEOPLE'S ENEMY!", He said in a follow-up letter tweet.
Jessica Sager of Fox News contributed to this report.