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Donald Trump Jr. parodies SNL impression, says he's available

‘I do a much better job with the hair than Mikey.’

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Apparently, Donald Trump got a kick out of Saturday Night Live‘s impression of him. Donald Trump Jr., that is.

While the president has voiced his negative opinions of SNL and Alec Baldwin’s portrayal of him, his son is having fun with Mikey Day channeling him. Trump Jr., who is now running the family business with his brother Eric, shared a photo Monday parodying a sketch from the show’s recent episode.

In the picture, he’s eating from a bag of Cheerios, a play on Saturday’s Weekend Update, where Day playing Trump Jr., pulled out the same cereal snack to feed the hungry, childlike Eric (Alex Moffat).

“Dear @nbcsnl I stole somebody’s snack today (hint it may be Eric). Don’t tell him,” he wrote in the caption.” PS if you ever need a Don Jr fill in I’m available and I do a much better job with the hair than Mikey.”

With no President Trump portrayal on this past week’s Octavia Spencer-hosted installment, the Trump brothers got the spotlight on Weekend Update. In the segment, Trump Jr. does most of the talking, trying to convince everyone that their dad isn’t involved with the business. Meanwhile, Eric spouts about funny face pancakes and struggles to drink his Capri Sun.

Watch the clip above.