Alec Baldwin's Daughter Totally Nails Her Donald Trump Impression — VIDEO
Like father, like daughter? On Saturday, Alec Baldwin’s wife, Hilaria, shared a video showing the actor doing his hilarious President Trump impression alongside his adorable daughter Carmen, who's only 3 years old. And let me tell you, it's got to be one of the cutest things I've seen in a while. I mean, who doesn't have a special place in their heart for a toddler making an attempt to impersonate a certain politician? It's exactly the kind of thing we all need in today's crazy world.
The clip, which Hilaria posted on Instagram, shows Baldwin demonstrating how to do his Trump impression to his young daughter. Though he isn't in costume, he's definitely using his now-iconic Trump voice and hand gestures. It all starts with Hilaria asking their daughter, "Carmen, what day does daddy play Donald Trump?" As we all know, Baldwin has been portraying Trump on Saturday Night Live since October 2016. Though Baldwin has been criticized by Trump, plenty of other people have praised the humorous portrayal.
Little Carmen replies to her mother's question by adorably saying, "Sat-ur-day." Baldwin then speaks up (with his Trump voice) and says, "And we go like this with our hands," as he and Carmen both raise their hands to their sides. "And we say, 'Saturday, Saturday, Saturday.'" Carmen repeats the words along with her dad, and wow, there aren't really any words to accurately describe the level of cuteness. Check out the video of Carmen and her dad doing their Trump impression below.
I'm just gonna say it — I think this girl has a future in entertainment. I can totally see her hosting SNL in 2037. Based on the video, I'm also thinking it's safe to assume that Baldwin will reprise his role as Trump on SNL this week. It's the season finale, and what better way to end the season than by dedicating plenty of time to covering all that's been going on in Trump administration this past week.
Remember, SNL airs live coast-to-coast, so if you're on the West Coast (like me) than it means SNL comes on at 8:30 p.m., not 11:30. I don't know about you, but I'll probably watch the adorable video of Carmen and Baldwin doing their Trump impression a good two or three hundred more times between now and then.