Alec Baldwin

"They should find somebody who wants to do it," Baldwin said.
Alec Baldwin's Trump boasts he's on “cruise control to a second term and there’s nothing the Democrats in Congress can do about it.”
The actor honored his dad on the 36th anniversary of his death.
“I am surrounded by such love and I feel so fortunate,” the yoga instructor wrote on Instagram.
"I’m pretty sure this is not going to stick," she told the "Today" show of her pregnancy.
The actor, who portrays Donald Trump on "Saturday Night Live," promised he would win.
Before he was "30 Rock's" Jack Donaghy or "SNL's" Trump imitator, Alec Baldwin was a TV doctor with serious flow.
"Russia, if you’re watching, go to bed; Daddy won," he gushes about Robert De Niro's Mueller report.
He also described the fitness advice he's taking from Pete Davidson in an interview with Howard Stern.
The actor wondered about the president's intentions for assailing his role in the TV comedy.
Once again, the president called the media "the enemy of the people."
Had he known how hard the job was going to be, the actor's Trump would have "told Putin to just give the job to Hillary."
One guy could give Alec Baldwin a run for impersonating the president.
“Nothing that resembles justice ever enters or leaves any courtroom in this country,” the Donald Trump impersonator said.
When Alex Moffat's Chuck Schumer offers "Trump" "anything" he wants, McKinnon reminds him: "We're not doing that anymore."
"It's awful, everything's falling apart," Alec Baldwin's Trump confides to his angel, Clarence.
This was one merger that didn't happen on the set of the classic workplace comedy.
The president also can't understand why Europe's leaders aren't a fan of nationalism.
“I don’t know what I did wrong. I put kids in cages and said 'no' to gays.”
“Dozens, maybe millions of illegal immigrants” are “headed straight for you and your grandchildren.”