Alec Baldwin gets slammed by Donald Trump over impersonation act

Saul Franklin
March 5, 2018

Alec Baldwin returned to SNL last night to lampoon President Trump days after their Twitter spat.

The sketch started with Trump during a meeting where he portrays unity between Democrats and Republicans, on "Anderson Cooper 360", in the wake of the school shooting in Florida that has restarted the debate about gun control in America. On Friday, Trump blasted Baldwin's career as "mediocre" and his impersonation of the president as "terrible". 'I have one of the healthiest mentals.

"No one is allowed to have a gun, not even the whites", he continues before leaning over to Beck Bennett's Vice President Pence to assure him he won't actually make any changes.

"I said I was going to run this country like a business", Baldwin also said as Trump. "Bring back Darrell Hammond, funnier and a far greater talent!" he Tweeted. "And that's another project I'm working on", Baldwin said.

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If Trump feels that way, Baldwin must be doing something right. "Because these people who work for me keep resigning".

"Agony though it may be, I'd like to hang in there for the impeachment hearings, the resignation speech, the farewell helicopter ride", he tweeted. "You know things are bad when a 29-year-old with no experience who works directly for the president of the United States says 'I've got to get out of his dead-end job, '" Jost said.

Trump's initial lash out at Baldwin came from a Hollywood Reporter interview where Baldwin describes having to play Trump as "agony". So smart, so hot.

"That business is a Waffle House at 2 a.m., crazies everywhere, staff walking out in the middle of their shift, managers taking money out of the cash registers to pay the Russian mob". "You know, I hate seeing her go but I love watching her walk away".

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