Stephen Baldwin predicts the brother of Alec Baldwin will vote for Trump for re-election after his “new tax cuts.”
It is shaping up to be another interesting Christmas for the family Baldwin.
Stephen Baldwin is to predict that the older brother of Alec Baldwin — impersonator and vocal critic of Donald Trump — will be voting to reelect the president.
Stephen, an avid Trump supporter, told the Hollywood Reporter that he believes that his brother will vote for Trump after the actor receives it “this new tax cut” of the GOP bill that is expected to pass on Wednesday.
“I call it now: With the amount of money that Alec is going to do with this new tax cut, I bet he votes for Trump for re-election. Just say!” the 51-year-old actor said.
But Stephen, 51, can be just text, Alec, 59, predicition, because he also revealed he has still not spoken with his brother, who is notorious for his impersonation of the president on “Saturday Night Live:” since the surprise 2016 results came in.
“I can’t get in. I have not yet spoken with [Alec] since the elections. That is the truth,” Stephen said when asked about his brother’s Trump impression. “That’s his choice. We grew up in a dumb-jock, competitive, ‘Friday Night Lights’ kind of environment.”
Stephen said he “absolutely” still a supporter of a Trumpet, for they are the “same kind of guy.” He added that he is not concerned about the fact that a vocal supporter of the president when the most people in Hollywood are criticizing Trump.
“I am a brother Baudouin, and that sends fear into anyone’s heart, immediately,” he said.
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