It’s an impersonation so biting that President Trump himself has publicly, and repeatedly, criticized it – and one that has coincided with a ratings revival for “Saturday Night Live.” But Alec Baldwin says he won’t be donning that blond wig and giant red tie much longer.

Baldwin, who debuted his Trump impersonation in October during the general election, signaled that his time as the commander in chief will be coming to an end soon.

“The maliciousness of this White House has people very worried, which is why I’m not going to do it much longer by the way, the impersonation,” Baldwin told “Extra” on Monday. “I don’t know how much more people can take it, you know.”

The last time Baldwin played Trump on “SNL” was on Feb. 11, when he guest-hosted. And while Baldwin normally opens the show as Trump, he didn’t even appear as the president until midway through the episode.

As candidate, Trump tweeted that Baldwin’s impersonation “stinks” and demonstrated “media rigging” the election. Even after winning, he couldn’t stop complaining about it, telling Matt Lauer that he likes Baldwin but “I don’t think that his imitation of me gets me at all and it’s meant to be very mean-spirited, which is very biased, and I don’t like it.”

For his part, Baldwin is also no fan of Trump’s performance as president, and has previously offered to stop his impersonation if Trump releases his tax returns.

There’s another high-profile potential gig for Baldwin’s Trump: the White House correspondents’ dinner. Last week, Baldwin told Jimmy Kimmel he wasn’t “not lobbying” to play Trump at the event.