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Alec Baldwin Backpedals: 'More Than Happy' to Keep Playing Trump on 'SNL'

Newsmax Monday, 10 June 2019
It took actor Alec Baldwin less than a week to backpedal on his insistence that he is finished playing President Donald Trump on "Saturday Night Live."
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Alec Baldwin Says He's Done Impersonating Donald Trump In an recently published interview with ‘USA Today,’ Alec Baldwin announced he was stepping down from his famed role on 'Saturday Night Live.’ Alec Baldwin, via ‘USA Today’ Baldwin says his decision is because of an expected increase in...

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