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Alec Baldwin's Knock-Out SNL Skits as Trump Are Making the President-Elect's Head Explode More Than Anything Else

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Believe it or not, Alec Baldwin was once Donald Trump's first pick to portray him—ironic, now that the 'Saturday Night Live' actor appears to be getting under Trump's skin more than anyone else. 'I think I'm a much nicer guy than he's portraying. He's portraying somebody who's very mean and nasty, and I'm not mean and nasty. I think I'm a much nicer person than he's portraying. So I think it's an inaccurate portrayal of me,' Donald Trump told Extra’s AJ Calloway in October. 'They're making me out to be a very mean, bad kind of guy,' Trump repeated, 'and that's not me.'

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Sheila Samples is an Oklahoma writer and a former civilian US Army Public Information Officer. She is a Managing Editor for OpEd News, and a regular contributor for a variety of Internet sites.

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