Alec Baldwin is going to keep making "Saturday Night Live" great again.
The actor told CNN last night that he will bring back his Donald Trump impression to "SNL" for its 43rd season in the fall.
"Yeah, we're going to fit that in," he said. "I think people have enjoyed it."
Earlier this year, Baldwin declared he wasn't going to "do [the impersonation] much longer. Clearly, he's changed his mind.
However, due to his busy movie schedule, Baldwin will have to limit his appearances. Viewers will "a couple celery sticks" rather than a "whole meal" of Trump-isms.
Baldwin first deployed the impression last fall to a lot of buzz and acclaim. His impersonation of Trump, as well as Melissa McCarthy's searing portrayal of press secretary Sean Spicer, helped boost "SNL's" ratings; last season was the highest rated since 1994.
Baldwin holds the record for hosting "SNL" the most times, with 17 gigs under his belt. He last appeared as Trump in the May 20 finale.