He tells the Los Angeles Times, “I’d like the opportunity to use creative muscles that haven’t been asked of me for the first nine years that I’ve worked there. It could be some sort of title change. [I have] a desire to give more to a place I really believe in. To stay just for the juice of being in the public eye of being Mitt Romney is not enough.”
He didn’t elaborate on what he wants. He was a writer for his first two seasons on SNL, before becoming part of the cast.