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Alec Baldwin’s Trump Impression Moves From SNL to Satirical Memoir
Alec Baldwin’s Trump Impression Moves From SNL to Satirical Memoir
It wasn’t terribly long ago we learned Alec Baldwin’s Trump impression would expand from SNL to “other venues,” but where Will Ferrell’s “W.” went to Broadway, Baldwin is going to print. He and Kurt Andersen will develop a satirical memoir of Trump’s “Really Tremendous” first 100 days, with Baldwin reading the audiobook.
Sean Spicer a Good Sport About SNL’s Melissa McCarthy Impression
Sean Spicer a Good Sport About SNL’s Melissa McCarthy Impression
SNL is no stranger to the current White House’s disdain for Alec Baldwin’s Trump impression (probably why we’re seeing it more and more), though the series trotted out another unexpected addition over the weekend with Melissa McCarthy’s Press Secretary Sean Spicer. Thankfully, the real Spicer is a much better sport about it than his boss.
Alec Baldwin’s SNL Trump May Expand to ‘Other Venues’ Outside Show
Alec Baldwin’s SNL Trump May Expand to ‘Other Venues’ Outside Show
The initial shock of Donald Trump’s election left it unclear if SNL would continually call on Alec Baldwin for such an extended commitment, but the 30 Rock alum and ranking host has soldiered on, much to the real Trump’s enjoyable chagrin. Baldwin may even follow in Will Ferrell’s “Dubya” footsteps, apparently taking the role to “other venues.”
Alec Baldwin’s SNL Salary for Playing Trump is Anything But Yuge
Alec Baldwin’s SNL Salary for Playing Trump is Anything But Yuge
Once upon a time, Alec Baldwin thought he might get to retire his SNL rendition of Donald Trump, as the world moved on with a Clinton presidency. Now, over a month past the election and three appearances since, Baldwin reveals not only a surprisingly small takehome for the role, but also the likelihood of a regular presence going forward.
Alec Baldwin Might Retire SNL’s Trump, Says NBC ‘Kills’ Political Endorsements
Alec Baldwin Might Retire SNL’s Trump, Says NBC ‘Kills’ Political Endorsements
This past weekend’s SNL offered a sobering reaction to Donald Trump’s presidential win, a concept the series has continually taken flack for helping to normalize. Now, it seems Alec Baldwin will retire his version of the Republican billionaire, also claiming that NBC denies SNL the ability to officially endorse either political party.

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