Alec Baldwin’s Portrayal Of President Trump
Alec Baldwin | Photo Credit SNL Alec Baldwin is perhaps one of the biggest tormentors for President Trump, based on his various impersonations on Saturday Night Live. In addition to the weekly jabs, Baldwin will also headline a fundraiser in South Jersey for Democrats.
Guests of the event will pay $2,500 each for the super PAC that is tied to the hospital and insurance executive, George E. Norcross III. The invitation-only event will be on June 1, 2017 at the Collingswood Grand Ballroom for General Majority PAC.
Other attendees include Norcross, a Democratic congressman, Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, Senate President Stephen Sweeney, and various other Democratic leaders within the Legislature.
General Majority PAC Fundraiser
Alec Baldwin | Photo Credit Parade
The Inquirer in Trenton reports:
“General Majority PAC, which can raise an unlimited amount of money, has spent millions to help Democrats win and defend seats in the Legislature. Democrats control both houses in Trenton, and all seats, as well as the governor’s office, are up for election in November.”
“The PAC’s biggest contributor in the 2015 election cycle was Garden State Forward, a super PAC allied with the New Jersey Education Association. Now that the NJEA is seeking to oust Sweeney from the Senate presidency, it’s unclear whether Garden State Forward will coordinate with General Majority going forward.”
Alec Baldwin May End SNL Role Soon
CNN writes about Baldwin’s impression:
“You might want to sit down before you read this: Alec Baldwin just announced that his equally hilarious and biting impression of Donald Trump might be coming to an end next month when “Saturday Night Live” closes its current season. No, this isn’t because of Trump’s tweets slamming Baldwin or the iconic late-night comedy show.”
“Rather, Baldwin says, he’s considering self-retiring his Trump impression. Dean Obeidallah Dean Obeidallah Why? Baldwin believes there may no longer be an appetite to laugh at Trump by the time “SNL” kicks off its new season in the fall. As the Emmy-winning actor stated, “If everything stays the same in this country as it is now, I don’t think people will be in the mood to laugh about it come September.”