THE MIX – 01/16/2020: Alec Baldwin loves to impersonate Donald Trump during Saturday Night Live Show, but it seems he’s not a fan of his politics. He’s even more critical of the people who support President Trump and his agenda.
Same as most people today, Baldwin used Twitter to make his opinion public. In one, quite a long rant, Alec decided to launch an attack on Trump and his supporters.
As you can see, he at first talked about democracy in the US, about what Mr. Trump did to it, and in the end, he bashed the Trump supporters. It is not easy to become the President of the United States. To do so, you need millions of people behind you. Trump has this, as more than half of the country voted for him. Baldwin might be thoughtless when making his claims.
Mission Impossible star believes that electing Donald Trump for President is a mistake that American citizens can’t afford to make again. Because of this, his opinion on the people who want to reelect Donald Trump is even worse than of those who elected him the first time.
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This is not the first time Alec Baldwin talked about Donald Trump. It seems he has quite an issue with him being the President. In the past, he wrote on Twitter that because of Trump, other nations believe Americans are racist; that Americans no longer have friends in other countries; and that not only Trump is incompetent, but all people he put as his associates also are.
1- American democracy has always been a struggle between the misaligned protections of specific freedoms and a raging, at times intoxicating, 12 cylinder economy.
It demanded vigilant/consistent regulation, compassion for the disenfranchised, and…
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Alec Baldwin was good as Secretary of defense in Path to War, so he might be of the opinion that he is suitable to comment on the 45th US President. Or, it has something to do with the fact that he endorsed Barack Obama on both of his presidential campaigns in the past.