Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

'I Would Absolutely Win' Against Trump in 2020

'I Would Absolutely Win' Against Trump in 2020

Appearing on The Howard Stern Show last week, Baldwin spoke about how he could beat Trump in an election and that he learned the first lady enjoys his impression of her husband.

"I'm gonna be president and I'm gonna take the whole summer off", he quipped before transitioning into his Trump voice. "Oprah. Alec Baldwin. And so, it's opened up the possibilities for people who may not be traditional politicians but who are interested".

While it wasn't clear whether or not Baldwin was making a joke, he seemed pretty genuine when talking to Stern.

"I've got a name for you: Alec Baldwin", Stern replies, prompting Baldwin to say, "If I ran, I would win..."

"If I ran I would win, I would absolutely win". "It would be the funniest, most exciting, most insane campaign". His impersonation - which won the actor an Emmy award a year ago - has drawn the ire of the president, especially on Twitter.

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And in March, Trump claimed Baldwin's career was "dying" before he started impersonating then-candidate Trump, and claimed it was more "agony" for viewers to watch Baldwin play him.

"I'm only saying [I would run] because people don't really have a sense of who's going to come up [on the Democrats' side]", Baldwin explained.

"Somebody great is going to come up, I hope", Baldwin said.

Baldwin did say, however, that he would love to run for that type of position. "There's so many things this country needs to do that are so obvious".

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