[Ed. – Big loss for the hyenas who think he and that tired show are funny.]
Was this past weekend’s Saturday Night Live season finale the last time we’ll see Alec Baldwin as Donald Trump?
The parody of The Sopranos, which like the series finale of that show ended in a hard cut to black, would be a fitting end to Baldwin’s Emmy Award-winning run as Trump. The implication was that the president got “whacked” by Robert De Niro’s Robert Mueller, a fate that could well befall the real president before SNL returns for its 44th season this fall.
During an appearance on Live with Kelly and Ryan on Friday morning, Baldwin officially replied “no comment” when presented with the rumors that he might be done. But pressed to go further than that, he seemed to admit that it could be the case.
“It does crash every weekend you have with your kids,” Baldwin, who has four young children with wife Hilaria, said. “I enjoy doing it, but what’s going to happen in the future? I don’t know where I’m going to working, where I’m going to be.”