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The actor and comedian channeled the nation's first president in a promotional video for his upcoming special on Spike, called "One Night Only: Alec Baldwin."

"Hello, everyone. It's me George Washington, the guy who made America great the first time," Baldwin says in the video, dressed in a powdered wig and a cravat. "People didn't know I talked like this, but it's true. I cannot tell a lie; this is how I sound."


"You're welcome, you know, for your amazing freedoms, creating all this tremendous democracy," he continues. "I grabbed so much freedom from those British losers."

Baldwin's impersonation of Trump has become a staple of NBC's "Saturday Night Live" in recent months, at times eliciting the ire of the president.

Baldwin even takes aim at himself in the two-minute promo video, saying his career "is a total disaster."

"I created this terrific, incredible country for everybody, even the haters and the losers like Alec Baldwin, so that he could have the freedom to insult the president," Baldwin says.