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The actor, who won an Emmy Award in 2017 for his impersonation of the president on the late-night sketch comedy show, said in a Thursday interview with USA Today that while he’s “had a lot of fun” with the gig, he feels “like I'm done with that now.”


“I can’t imagine I would do it again. I just can’t,” he said. “They should find somebody who wants to do it.”

Since his youngest child was born a year ago, Baldwin said he's worked "minimally because I wanted to be there for my wife and kids." 

Baldwin's comments come after he said in September that he would return to playing Trump on “SNL” and was “going to do some of it, but not a whole lot.”

When asked who he’d want to be his Trump-playing successor, Baldwin said he wasn’t sure but suggested "SNL" alum Darrell Hammond or Anthony Atamanuik, who plays Trump on Comedy Central’s “The President’s Show,” as potential replacements.

“I don't know. Darrell Hammond did it and is a far better impressionist than I'll ever be,” Baldwin said.

He added that when Atamanuik started his impersonation of Trump, “all these people were attacking me, saying, ‘Oh, your impression sucks and you suck. Please go away." 

“It also was something I thought to myself: ‘I really don't have a lot invested in my Trump impersonation, so please find someone ... to replace me. I’m completely down with that.”