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News Alec Baldwin Unveils His Trump Impression on SNL The Tony nominee will make occasional appearances as the Republican presidential candidate.
Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump

Tony Award nominee Alec Baldwin unveiled his impression of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on the October 1 broadcast of NBC-TV's Saturday Night Live.

Sporting an orange wig and makeup, Baldwin faced off with Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton in a sendup of the September 26 presidential debate, moderated by Lester Holt (played by Michael Che).

Baldwin joins the roster of occasional SNL guest political impressionists Larry David, who plays former Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders, and Tiny Fey as former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin.

Baldwin has appeared on Broadway five times, including a 1992 revival of A Streetcar Named Desire as Stanley Kowalski (Tony Award nomination), and most recently as a charismatic businessman in the play Orphans. He won a Theatre World Award for his Broadway debut in Loot.

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