Alec Baldwin says he's 'done' playing Trump on Saturday Night Live

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Alec Baldwin Is 'So Done' Playing Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live

However, Baldwin sang a different tune previous year, vowing in September to return to SNL to impersonate President Trump, but was "going to do some of it, but not a whole lot".

The "30 Rock" important particular person made the comments in an interview sooner than the Tribeca Movie Competition in April, despite the truth that USA On the present time published them Thursday. "I mean, I had a lot of fun with (the cast), and when Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider wrote (Trump sketches in 2016 and 2017), that was new, it was fresh and the ratings were good".

Alec 1st earl baldwin of bewdley says he's resigning from the role of President Trump.

"Profitable the Emmy for that time to aside, it became no longer some profession goal of mine", he stated. "I just can't", Baldwin said. Baldwin told USA Today's Patrick Ryan that he's aware that his impression is pretty bad, and he said that there are plenty of people out there, including The President Show's Anthony Atamanuik, who could "replace" him on SNL. So if (Atamanuik) wants the job, it's his. However, following a season where the SNL cold opens didn't resonate with viewers or connect comedy-wise as years past - no Trump appearances landed on Rolling Stone's list of the best Season 44 sketches -Baldwin admits, "I feel like I'm done with that now".

Thankfully, Alec Baldwin was playing Donald Trump a little less than the previous two seasons already. Baldwin said to journalists that there are many people who can do impressions, and he has a busy fall coming up, so it's best to drop it.

"The ones who nearly knock my wife's teeth out with their lens while they're crowding us in front of our building, they throw the camera in my wife's face and intimidate her and harass her", Baldwin says. While we've seen Hammond and, at times, Taran Killam play the President, it's hard to really imagine someone other than Alec in this role at the moment.

Baldwin, 61, had his eyes on spending more time alongside with his family.

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