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Stephen Baldwin: Brother Alec's SNL Trump impression isn't funny

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Eric DuVall
Actor Alec Baldwin plays Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in this week's episode of Saturday Night Live. Baldwin's brother, Stephen, a conservative, said Wednesday the impression is a little too nasty and not very funny. Screen shot courtesy NBC Universal
Actor Alec Baldwin plays Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in this week's episode of Saturday Night Live. Baldwin's brother, Stephen, a conservative, said Wednesday the impression is "a little too nasty" and not very funny. Screen shot courtesy NBC Universal

NEW YORK, Oct. 20 (UPI) -- Though it's been a viral hit since the new season of Saturday Night Live debuted, one person is not impressed by Alec Baldwin's impression of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

That would be Baldwin's brother, Stephen.

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The younger Baldwin is a conservative who supports Trump and was in attendance at Wednesday's final debate. He told CBS News afterward he doesn't think his brother's impression of Trump is particularly humorous.

"He's got the voice down very well. I think it's getting a little too nasty right now," he said. "I don't want to be a party pooper here, but I don't think it's very funny."

The skits that have skewered Trump as a pursed-lip buffoon have led the show in each of the first three weeks. Cast member Kate McKinnon has portrayed a robotic Clinton overjoyed by Trump's misfortunes.

Trump himself weighed in on the skits on Twitter, calling the show "boring and unfunny" and "a hit job on me."

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