Saturday Night Live - Season 42
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Stephen Baldwin Doesn't Think Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump Impression Is a Laughing Matter

Oct 20, 2016

This season, Alec Baldwin's Saturday Night Live Donald Trump impression in the sketch show's standard election spoofs has garnered fans, but it appears the 30 Rock alum hasn't won everyone over — including his own brother.

During an interview with CBS News following Wednesday's final presidential debate, Stephen Baldwin criticized his older brother's impersonation of the GOP nominee. "He’s got the voice down very well," he admitted, before adding, "I think it’s getting a little too nasty right now."

Stephen — who told The Hollywood Reporter that he was backing Trump — then elaborated on his position, explaining that he doesn't think the process should be made light of. "I don't want to be a party pooper here, but I don't think it's very funny," he said. "I don't think there's anything funny about this election. I think it's very serious, very important. Young people, millennials, undecided voters, everybody's got twenty days now to really start to do their homework and figure out who they think is going to lead this country in the direction it needs to be."

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