Alec Baldwin is concerned that his satirical impersonations may result in “retaliation” from the government or Donald Trump’s supporters after his recent sketch irked the US president. “People would say to me early on, do you have any concerns about any kind of retaliation, not necessarily from the government or from Trump, but from his agitators?” Baldwin said in a podcast on the Dworkin Report. Baldwin recently mocked Trump’s declaration of a national emergency and his pledge to build a wall on the Mexico border on Saturday Night Live. Following this, the POTUS took to Twitter to bash Baldwin and hint that he could face an adverse reaction. “Nothing funny about tired Saturday Night Live on Fake News NBC!” Trump wrote.CC BY 2.0 / mrgarethmDems Plan to Introduce Resolution to End National Emergency at US-Mexican Border “Question is, how do the networks get away with these total Republican hit jobs without retribution?… Very unfair and should be looked into.” Baldwin replied, “I wonder if a sitting president exhorting his followers that my role in a TV comedy qualifies me as an enemy of the people constitutes a threat to my safety and that of my family?” Donald Trump Jr. leapt to his father’s defence, demanding that the actor “spare everyone [his] bulls**t”. And Baldwin, who won the 2017 Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor for his SNL… Read full this story
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