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Alec Baldwin Teaches Stephen Colbert How To Do The PERFECT Trump Impression!

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Alec Baldwin Teaches Stephen Colbert How To Do The PERFECT Trump Impression!

"I think, more than anything I've ever done, people come up to me and say something on the streets", Baldwin explained, revealing how he is approached by people who want to thank him for lampooning the controversial president while out and about in NY.

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Baldwin said the experience has been both awesome and eerie, because more than anything he's done in the past, people come up and thank him on the streets for his Trump impression, something he laughingly said his young daughter Carmen doesn't appreciate. It turns out, he's not going for accuracy.

"You just pick a few things, ' he said".

"Left eyebrow up, right eyebrow down".

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"Shove [ing] your face out like you're trying to suck the chrome off the fender of a auto".

Then he immediately went into his Trump face.

That's Alec Baldwin's trick in mastering the ideal Donald Trump impression!

ALEC BALDWIN would "love" to run for USA president - but only "if I thought I was going to win". 'But if I thought I was going to win I'd like to, I would love to lead people in this country on a more spiritual level, and say to them, "I don't care what your religion is, let's talk about the American spirit"'.

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