“Saturday Night Live” kicked off its first episode of 2019 by having Alec Baldwin’s President Trump play “Deal or No Deal: Government Shutdown Edition.”
Police said the actor claimed he had a family member holding the spot for him as he attempted to park his black Cadillac Escalade around 1:30 p.m. when a man driving a black Saab station wagon pulled up and took it.
Actor Alec Baldwin followed up his latest parody portrayal of President Donald Trump with a serious call Sunday night for voters to use the Nov. 6 midterm elections to peacefully “overthrow” the government.
Alec Baldwin made his return to “Saturday Night Live” playing President Donald Trump in the remake of an opening skit from after the election, but with a different cast of characters this time.
Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live this weekend to reprise his role as President Donald Trump, kicking off the show with a cold open inspired by the sci-fi film Independence Day.
With Alec Baldwin’s portrayal of Donald Trump missing from this week’s episode of “Saturday Night Live,” Beck Bennett’s Vladimir Putin and Kate McKinnon’s Kellyanne Conway were responsible for skewering all things Trump — particularly the number of attendees at Friday’s inauguration and Putin’s alleged involvement in Trump’s win.
Donald Trump’s press conference earlier this week — during which he notoriously shut down a CNN reporter for his outlet’s “fake news” — provided the fodder for this week’s episode of Saturday Night Live.
“I’m gonna do [it] as much as I can,” he said, “and there’s discussions about other venues we might pursue to further express our gratitude and admiration for the Trump administration.”
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin are expecting a baby boy this fall, the couple announced on social media. The new addition will be their third child together.
It\’s a pretty big stretch for the director, who in recent years produced \”Midnight in Paris,\” \”Vicky Cristina Barcelona\” and \”Match Point,\” among many others.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.