Opinions vary on Alec Baldwin’s “Saturday Night Live” impersonation of President Donald Trump, but Dominican newspaper El Nacional found it good enough to confuse Baldwin for Trump in a photo printed in its Friday issue.
Baldwin’s photo was placed next to a picture of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in an article about Trump and Israel.
Speculation continues over whether El Nacional accidentally ran the image of Baldwin, or if it intended to make a joke.
Social media users were entertained, nonetheless.
— abvn (@abvn) February 10, 2017
Dear El Nacional, Alec Baldwin will be pleased as punch. But let’s hope the Dominican Republic isn’t added to Trump’s banned countries list pic.twitter.com/vt4NJe4NJf
— Sharon Gibson (@SharonGibson3) February 10, 2017
A Newspaper in Spain Used a Picture of Alec Baldwin Instead of Donald Trump…. Spain may want to prepare for war… pic.twitter.com/xhTEUjuUQC
— Impeach Donald Trump (@Impeach_D_Trump) February 11, 2017
This paper accidentally used a photo of Alec Baldwin’s SNL Trump instead of POTUS. That’s one way of making him appear more presidential. pic.twitter.com/hTXIBOJOMQ
— Alexandra Piletska (@alexpiletska) February 11, 2017
— Carlos Ocumarez (@Cocumarez) February 11, 2017
H/T: The Hill
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