Unhinged Hollywood actor Alec Baldwin posted a couple of bizarre tweets Saturday evening inviting first lady Melania Trump to appear beside him on the next season of the sketch comedy show “Saturday Night Live.”
While nobody knows what exactly triggered Baldwin’s proposition, some suspect it’s related to #JacketGate, the pseudo controversy that erupted earlier in the week after Melania donned a jacket that bore the logo “I really don’t care. Do u?”
Take a look at Baldwin’s bizarre tweets below:
Note that he posted them via the Twitter page for his Alec Baldwin Foundation (and yes, he has his own foundation just like Hillary Clinton). Note also that the picture of him with Melania was snapped 11 years ago, long before her husband became president.
What did he mean by Melania’s “newfound coverage?” It almost sounds as if Baldwin, who frequently lampoons the first lady’s husband on “SNL,” thinks the “I really don’t care. Do u?” message on her jacket had been directed at President Donald Trump.
And since Melania allegedly doesn’t “care” anymore about what Trump, her husband, has to say or think, maybe she would be interested in showing up on “SNL” to mock him?
“Someone told me — who’s friends with someone in the White House, or formerly in the White House — that Melania Trump loves ‘SNL’ and she loves my impersonation,” Baldwin said in an interview last November.
Wrong: “That is not true, which is why Mr. Baldwin has no actual names to go with his bizarre assertion,” the first lady’s spokesperson later confirmed to the media.
Recall also that Baldwin believes that if he were to run for president in 2020, he’d win.
Regarding Melania’s $39 Zara jacket, which she wore while boarding a plane in Maryland hours after visiting a detention center in Texas for illegal immigrant children, her spokesperson told the media that there had been no hidden message behind it:
“It’s a jacket. There was no hidden message. After today’s important visit to Texas, I hope the media isn’t going to choose to focus on her wardrobe.”
The president later claimed otherwise, telling his Twitter followers that the message had been directed at the “fake news media,” which lies incessantly about him, his wife and their family:
Either way, it seems unlikely the message had been aimed at the president. It seems even more unlikely that Melania would ever even consider showing up on a show like SNL to mock her own husband. Nice try, though, Alec.
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