Alec Baldwin's Plans to Ramp Up Attacks on Trump

Alec Baldwin's Plans to Ramp Up Attacks on Trump
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Alec Baldwin, best known for his role impersonating President Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live, said that people could “not be mean enough” to Trump because he’s wasting the “tremendous opportunity” of serving as president.

“We can’t be mean enough to this guy,” Baldwin told an audience at George Washington University, his alma mater, claiming that President Trump was squandering the “tremendous opportunity” he had been given to serve as president.

“I thought he would take a deep breath and say, ‘I’m the president now,’ and begin to focus on, not only the power and the prestige and all of those kinds of tactile but more common perks and benefits of being president,” Baldwin said.

“The president of the United States, beyond anyone alive, maybe more than anyone alive in the world, has the view of humanity that you could never get somewhere else,” Baldwin continued.
 Source: Breitbart

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