"Anybody over this guy", said Baldwin.
Baldwin didn't bite on exactly who could be "forced to watch" SNL, or how, instead following up on the agony angle, and pledging to stick around long enough for the "good stuff" - impeachment hearings, resignation speech, "the farewell helicopter ride to Mara-A-Lago".
Baldwin, who was among the top 10 trending topics on Twitter in Canada on Friday morning, also asked Trump to ask his wife to stop calling him for SNL tickets.
Baldwin, a Democratic activist, received an Emmy award for his running parody a year ago on Saturday Night Live.
The feud started when Baldwin told The Hollywood Reporter he plans to "give it everything" to get rid of Trump, and that portraying the president on "SNL" was "like agony. I think a lot of Americans are looking at what's happening with a sense of, you know, 'this is surreal'".
The president used to lash out fairly regularly against Baldwin and the show, but this is the first such barb in a while. "I can't. If things don't go in the right direction for the midterms".
The comedian, who has won an Emmy for his role as the 45th commander in chief, said he is actively working to ensure Trump is not reelected in 2020. "And all 10 of them, in all likelihood, would be more qualified-ethically, morally, intellectually and spiritually-than Trump", Baldwin continued.