Alec Baldwin is getting major praise for his hilariously spot-on Donald Trump impression on Saturday Night Live — nailing the candidate's scowls, hand motions, and overall ridiculousness!
Of course, the Republican nominee said he didn't find Baldwin's "hit job" on him very funny, but he's not the only one who isn't laughing!
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Apparently, staunch Republican Stephen Baldwin isn't a big fan of his big bro's impression. In fact, he thinks it's downright "nasty!" (A word that was regularly used in the final presidential debate.)
During Wednesday night's political showdown in Las Vegas, little Baldwin revealed just what he thought of Alec's impersonation, telling CBS News:
If for some reason you missed the final debate last night, there were PLENTY of lowlights thanks to the always classless Donald Trump.
But maybe it'll be more palatable if you just let the late night hosts give you their HIGHlarious takes!
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While we're used to most of the hosts chiming in and making fun of Trump on a regular basis, Stephen Colbert, Trevor Noah, and Jimmy Kimmel all taped their shows after the debate so they could cover it right away!
Both Stephen and Trevor did their traditional HIGHlarious bits where they picked apart Donald's quotes and proved how absurd they were with facts. Kimmel on the other hand, made a few jokes but also had an AH-Mazing video of all the times the 70-year-old interrupted his opponent! LOLz!
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It looks like NBC thinks they've done enough Donald Trump bashing for one month!
On Friday, the network announced it has pulled a politically charged episode of Law & Order: SVU that follows a scandal very similar to that of the Republican presidential candidate!
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An NBC spokesperson said in a statement:
"The episode originally scheduled for October 26 has been postponed. It has not yet been assigned a new airdate."
Last week, the network showed a first look at the episode called Unstoppable, where Gary Cole plays a rich politician whose campaign is rocked by several women coming forward with shocking accusations.
Hmm… sound familiar?
NBC didn't say what caused the decision to postpone the SVU episode, but after the Access Hollywood tapes and Alec Baldwin's scathing Trump impression on Saturday Night Live, maybe the network feels obligated to give the candidate a break?
Either that, or they don't want him to sue. Yeah, probably that…
[Image via NBC.]