Alec Baldwin: I'd '1,000 percent' win if I ran against Trump

Lester Mason
June 12, 2018

Alec Baldwin arrives to 69th Primetime Emmy Awards in Los Angeles, California.

"I'm gonna be president and I'm gonna take the whole summer off", he quipped before transitioning into his Trump voice.

In an interview on Monday with Howard Stern discussing who could take on Trump, Baldwin brought out the braggadocio, telling the radio host: "If I ran, I would win". Hands down, I would win. "It'd be the funniest, most exciting, most insane campaign", Baldwin replied with a smile.

"I've got a name for you: Alec Baldwin", Stern replies, prompting Baldwin to say, "If I ran, I would win..."

And in March, Trump claimed Baldwin's career was "dying" before he started impersonating then-candidate Trump, and claimed it was more "agony" for viewers to watch Baldwin play him.

"Would I think I'd be a good president?".

"I'm told she loves it", he relayed.

Before that, he also tweeted a cryptic message, saying: "If I run for a President, think of how entertaining the debates would be".

"Alec Baldwin, whose dying mediocre career was saved by his bad impersonation of me on SNL, now says playing me was agony".

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Should we add Baldwin's name to the growing list of celebrities tied to the White House?

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