Steve Carell was the guest host on Saturday Night Live last weekend, and the actor pulled out a bald cap to impersonate Amazon's chief executive in a sketch called a "Message From Jeff Bezos."
Carell announced in the skit that Amazon's two new headquarters would be in Queens and Northern Virginia, coincidentally Donald Trump's place of birth and a location near the White House.
“Amazon just announced the location of its two new headquarters in New York and Virginia,” he said. “And everyone — except for the people who live there and the people who live in all the places we didn’t choose — is thrilled!”
But he was also quick to add that the chosen locations had nothing to do with 'trolling' the President.
“Sure, he attacked me repeatedly on Twitter,” he said. “But I chose our locations because they were ideal for growing business, not just to make Donald Trump think about how I’m literally 100 times richer than he is.”
Carell also later announced that he actually wasn't there to talk about Trump, but instead to present the company's new delivery option: the "Amazon Caravan."
“Any package going to any Trump building will get delivered by hundreds of Honduran and Mexican immigrants, and I’ll pick up the bill,” he said, teasing Trump's apparent fear of the migrant caravan headed toward the U.S. border.
Read more about Carell's latest SNL appearance on the Washington Post.