Alec Baldwin Calls Twitter Feud With Donald Trump “Surreal”

Alec Baldwin and Donald Trump aren’t each other’s greatest fans.

On Monday’s episode of The Tonight Show, the 59- year-old star described their Twitter fights as “surreal.”

The president and Boss Baby star had a heated exchange on social networks previously this month after Baldwin stated playing Trump on Saturday Night Live was “agony.” Trump fired back at the star, describing him as “Alex Baldwin,” and stated it was “agony for those who were forced to watch” his efficiency. Baldwin then clapped back by tweeting he ‘d like to “hang in there for the impeachment hearings, the resignation speech and farewell helicopter ride to Mara-A-Lago.”

Still, the star cannot rather think he’s entered Twitter wars with the commander-in-chief.

“It is kind of surreal though, you know—the president of the United States,” Baldwin informed host Jimmy Fallon “I said to somebody, ‘Does he have like alerts or does he sequester himself for just like a period of like Tweeting?'”

Breaking into his finest Trump impression, Baldwin then questioned if the president tweets while “enjoying Fox and Friends in the early morning” and consuming bacon or if he disrupts conferences with diplomats to tweet back at the star.

“Does he like tweet throughout the day or is it like a big binge thing?” he asked. “Is he like a camel? [It’s] like an oasis. He drinks a big long drink in the morning and he goes on.”

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Baldwin confessed playing Trump can be “exhausting.” He informed Fallon SNL‘s executive manufacturer Lorne Michaels asked Baldwin to imitate Trump right prior to the 2016 governmental election. Baldwin stated he didn’t anticipate Trump to win.

“And then he won and I remember laying in bed going, ‘Oh no,'” he remembered.

Then once again, playing Trump hasn’t been all-bad for Baldwin. He won an Emmy for playing the president in 2015.

Watch the video to see Baldwin’s complete interview.

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