AceShowbiz - Alec Baldwin is taking his dislike of Donald Trump to a whole new level. Using the verified Twitter account of his HABFoundation, the Jack Donaghy of "30 Rock" is urging his fellow Americans to get rid of the 45th President, whom he labeled a "National Socialist tumor."
The ex-husband of Kim Basinger tweeted his rant on Tuesday night, November 20. "The United States has a National Socialist tumor in its body and it is growing day by day," he spewed. "This alone should compel you to do everything in your power to get rid of Trump." The term "Nationalist Socialist" itself is likely a reference to Adolf Hitler's Nazi Party.
The United States has a National Socialist tumor in its body and it is growing day by day.— HABFoundation (@ABFalecbaldwin) November 21, 2018
This alone should compel you to do everything in your power to get rid of Trump.
This was not the first time Baldwin was calling for the ousting of Trump. Back in October, he made similar comment when speaking at a fundraising dinner for New Hampshire's Democratic Party. "It is time to overthrow the government of Donald Trump - not in a violent way or unlawful way - but it must be overthrown nonetheless," he stated at the time.
In front of around 800 people, the father of Ireland Baldwin also poked fun at Trump's notorious campaign slogan. "Let's make America great again by making Donald Trump a casino operator again," he mocked as he concluded his 20-minute pitch. He additionally told reporters that having Trump as president still "horrified" him to the day.
While he was vocal about his dislike of Trump, Baldwin was not free of trouble himself. On November 2, the 60-year-old actor got arrested after he allegedly punched a man over a parking spot altercation outside his New York apartment. He was subsequently charged with misdemeanor assault and harassment.
After report of his arrest broke out, Baldwin defended himself in a tweet he posted on his foundation's account. "Normally, I would not comment on something as egregiously misstated as today's story," he wrote. "However, the assertion that I punched anyone over a parking spot is false." When the story got into Trump's ears, the President told reporters, "I wish him luck."