Alec Baldwin has had a change of heart on his decision to give up his role playing Donald Trump on “Saturday Night Live” – as he revealed in a tweet calling Sarah Sanders a “mouthpiece for fascism.” Baldwin says his future could involve a return to the NBC sketch comedy show – after saying earlier this was his last season. Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, the father of White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, used the news to bash his “unfunny Trump bashing” and plug his own TV show. “Alec Baldwin announced that he's 'so done' playing @realDonaldTrump on 'Saturday Night Live’” Huckabee tweeted. “Good news for viewers who are 'so done' with 'SNL' & unfunny vicious Trump bashing instead of comedy. For refreshing variety, try my show instead tonight!” Baldwin wasn't amused. He retweeted Huckabee, then went after his daughter, another target of a brutal impersonation on SNL. “Who knows what the future holds? I tell what it should hold. That you, who have sucked a govt paycheck out of the economy while you were a dreadful Lt gov and then gov and that daughter of yours, a mouthpiece for fascism, that you go away. Just...go away,” Baldwin wrote. He also tweeted at Huckabee Monday: “And your show is dreadful. You have no charm, insight or intellect.” Baldwin also shared a story about his planned departure, then commented: “Wait! Wait! If pissing off Trump is the point, then I’ll keep doing it! I’ll keep doing it!!” Baldwin explained his turnaround on the show in an interview with Extra, touting his longtime relationship with show producer Lorne Michaels. “Lorne is my good friend and if they want me to come and do the show per my availability, I'd be more than happy,” Baldwin said. He explained that the primary concern was scheduling as he seeks to devote more time to long-form acting after taking time off for the birth of his son.