At the suggestion of his friend, he took his Presidential spoofing to The New Movement Theater, where he was part of their "Comedy Uprising-Late Afternoon" kids comedy series shows.
Actor Alec Baldwin's career has seen a huge boost since he began portraying President Donald J. Trump previous year on "Saturday Night Live", and it appears that "SNL" fans are not the only ones who are watching.
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Baldwin's Trump impersonation, along with Melissa McCarthy's press secretary Sean Spicer, has given SNL its best ratings in 23 years. That's what happens when you've become a caricature of yourself and are perceived as a worldwide joke.
When the actor portrayed the US President on SNL last time, Trump himself bashed the show and voiced his disapproval on Twitter.
But Baldwin, who has said the role is "not a lot of fun" to take on, persisted and won the adoration of fans across the country.
However, due to his busy fall schedule, Baldwin told the news outlet that he will be keeping his appearances on the show to a minimum. In March, he said that he wasn't sure he would keep playing Trump, citing that he feared the audience would be fed up with the character.
Trump continued: "I think the portrayal of me is ridiculous". Of course I don't think Johnny Depp meant to say that he wants to kill the president, I think he's a pretty sane guy.