By Jasmine Washington
Mocking Donald Trump runs in the family for Emmy-award winning actor Alec Baldwin. Known for his infamous Trump impersonations on Saturday Night Live, Baldwin recruited his adorable three-year-old daughter, Carmen, for his latest impression, and it’s the sweetest thing!
Hours before Baldwin was set to appear on SNL’s season finale, his wife, Hilaria, posted a video of him sitting next to their tiny tot and asked, “Carmen, what day does daddy play Donald Trump?”
Little Carmen beamed, “Sat-ur-day.” Baldwin lifted his hands and said, “And we go like this with our hands. And we say, ‘Saturday, Saturday, Saturday,’” before Carmen happily imitated Baldwin’s movements and voice.
Baldwin, who broke a SNL hosting record earlier this season, revealed that he could possibly be bringing his Trump sketches to an end at the conclusion of this season. “I don’t quite know if people want to continue with that. If everything stays the same in the country as it is now, I don’t think people will be in the mood to laugh about it come September,” he said in an interview last month.
VH1 hosted a Black Women In Comedy event featuring SNL’s Ellen Cleghorne alongside some of today’s brightest comics. Watch their discussion in the panel below.