Alec Baldwin teaches 3-year-old daughter how to impersonate President Trump

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NEW YORK — Alec Baldwin’s wife posted a video of the actor teaching their 3-year-old daughter how to impersonate President Donald Trump.

In the video, which was posted Saturday and has more than 232,000 views, Baldwin’s wife is heard asking their daughter, Carman, “What day does daddy play Donald Trump?”

“Saturday,” she responds.

“And we go like this with our hands,” Baldwin says in the video as he gives his Trump impersonation. “And we say, ‘Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, OK everybody, it’s Saturday.”

Carman is seen mimicking her dad’s Trump hand motions.

The video ends with Baldwin laughing and hugging his daughter.

Baldwin has been impersonating President Trump on “Saturday Night Live” this season, helping the show have its most-watched season in 23 years.

Saturday’s season finale saw the show’s highest ratings in six years with 8.3 million viewers.

It’s unknown if Baldwin will continue his Trump impersonating when the show returns in the fall.

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