QUESTION: Could Trump Kick Alec’s Ass? (Because They’re About To ROLL!)

Is Alec Baldwin sure he wants to pick THIS fight?

Alec Baldwin and President-Elect Donald Trump have dropped the gauntlet on Twitter.

Donald Trump slammed Alec Baldwin’s portrayal of him on Saturday Night Live after the show ridiculed his use of Twitter.

In a fresh feud with the show he hosted in November 2015, Trump took to his favorite medium to slam the sketch.

‘Just tried watching Saturday Night Live – unwatchable! Totally biased, not funny and the Baldwin impersonation just can’t get any worse. Sad,’ Trump wrote.

Just moments later, Baldwin shot back at Trump writing: ‘@realDonaldTrump, release your tax returns and I’ll stop. Ha.’
Baldwin also retweeted additional disparaging remarks about Trump early Sunday morning.

Think this through, Alec. What’s actually in this for you? If you ‘win’ what do you get beyond being one in a long line of Liberal leftists piling on to a Republican politician.

Such Courage! Such Strength! Such a trailblazer you are!

But have you weighed the downside? What happens if you take on Trump — who you guys dismiss as a loutish moron — and he hands you your ass? What’s the upside?

Remember, better men than you have tried to knock Trump down a peg or two. And smarter men than you. And classier. And more relevant. And… sorry. Let’s get back to the main point.

Better men than you have challenged Trump … and lost.

The clip… if our readers feel the need to watch it… is here. Fair warning, though. Trump isn’t wrong about its quality.

You know that clever kind of humor that will shred the guy on your side and make you laugh in spite of yourself?

Right. You won’t see that here. There’s no real art or humor to it. SNL fans (both of them) really DO deserve a better parody of their next President.

Share if you’d laugh if they actually did a FUNNY parody of Trump.

Like Clash? Like Clash.

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