Alec Baldwin reprised his impersonation of Donald Trump Thursday night during a protest of the president-elect hosted by Baldwin, Michael Moore and Mark Ruffalo outside Trump’s New York City hotel.
Baldwin stood up to speak, pretending to be Trump and complaining about the cold outside.
“I just want to say, that standing out here in the freezing cold for a long time. I have to pee, but I’m holding it in,” Alec said pretending to be Trump.
“I’m going to the Russian consulate later tonight,” he continued mocking Trump’s relationship with Russia.
Baldwin went on to discuss the focus of the protest, which is to challenge Trump’s presidency.
“Donald Trump and Steve Bannon and Mike Pence and all these people that are a part of Trump’s administration think you’re going to lay down,” Baldwin said. “The one thing they don’t realize is New Yorkers never lay down.”
Baldwin went on to encourage the crowd to join in on the 100 days of protest started by Moore.
“I’m a parent,” Baldwin added. “Our children are never too young to know what’s going on and to teach them what a real American is. And real Americans want full transparency of their government.”
Baldwin concluded by introducing Rev. Al Sharpton.
The night included speeches from New York Mayor Bill De Blasio, Cher, actor Robert De Niro and Michael Moore himself
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