Alec Baldwin defends Kathy Griffin after Donald Trump print controversy


Alec Baldwin has Kathy Griffin’s back.

The 59-year-old actor, who played President Donald Trump on final deteriorate of “Saturday Night Live,” took to Twitter on Friday to urge Griffin amid a recoil over her argumentative print shoot.

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“Kathy….baby…I’ve been there,” Baldwin wrote before referencing his possess domestic play in 1998, when he joked about then-Representative Henry Hyde on Late Night with Conan O’Brien.

“The whole Henry Hyde thing w Conan, where we move out an oxygen facade during a end? A joke,” he recalled. “That’s what we thought. That’s what we intended. No one walked out of a studio and said, ‘No, we’re serious!’ No one. But all your gutless, weasels in a GOP insisted we indeed threatened Hyde. They played a plant beautifully.”

“Kathy…f**k them. F**k them all. No 1 believes u meant 2 bluster Trump. Trump is such a foolish idiot, all he has is Twitter fights,” he continued. “Ignore him. Like all a leaders of a other countries in a world. Ignore him.”

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Griffin acted with a bloodied reproduction of Trump’s conduct in a print fire shot by luminary photographer Tyler Shields progressing this week. In further to recoil from a public, Griffin has been fired by CNN from co-hosting their New Year’s Eve special with Anderson Cooper. All 7 of her arriving comedy debate dates have also been canceled as of Friday.

Jim Carrey weighed in on a debate to ET on Wednesday, dogmatic that comedians are a “last line of defense” opposite Trump.