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Alec Baldwin Explains How He Gets Into Character

Alec Baldwin has explained how he gets into character when he’s impersonating Donald Trump for SNL. The star sat down with Stephen Colbert who praised his talents.

“When I saw your Donald Trump for the first time. I think, like a lot of people, I thought, ‘Oh, thank God, somebody has cracked that nut.'”

Alec explained that it’s “totally a caricature, you just pick a few things … left eyebrow up, right eyebrow down, shove your face [out] like you’re trying to suck the chrome off the fender of a car.”

He went on to say that these days a lot of people mouth a “thanks” to him as he’s out and about in New York city.

Alec is currently doing the talk show circuit to promote his new book Nevertheless, which has already faced a bit of controversy. One example is that Alec claimed not to know that Nikki Reed was underage when he did a love scene with the actress in the film Mini’s First Time, but the film’s producer Dana Brunetti directly called his bluff.

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