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In an look on the Howard Stern radio present Monday, Saturday Night Live Donald Trump impersonator Alec Baldwin hypothesized a presidential run within the upcoming 2020 election.

While it wasn’t clear whether or not or not Baldwin was making a joke, he appeared fairly real when speaking to Stern. For essentially the most half, it was a hypothetical dialogue.

Baldwin instructed Stern that if he ran for U.S. president in 2020, he would “one-thousand per cent” beat Trump.

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“If I ran, I would win,” he mentioned confidently. “I would absolutely win.”

“So then why don’t you run?” exclaimed co-host Robin Quivers.

“Where are you then?” added Stern, who then mocked Baldwin’s game-show internet hosting duties. “You’re busy with Match Game!”

Baldwin added that his marketing campaign could be “the funniest, most exciting, most crazy campaign.”

“The only reason I say that is because I’d love to run for that kind of position to have things just be very common sense,” he continued. “There’s so many things this country needs to do that are so obvious.”

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Baldwin has been impersonating the U.S. president since his election in 2016, and his “Trump” incessantly seems on SNL. While the actor has mentioned quite a few instances that he’s retiring his Trump impersonation, he nonetheless appears to be going sturdy.

(You can watch a short clip of Baldwin on Howard Sternhigh.)

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