Alec Baldwin calls America’s political system ‘broken’ amid Donald Trump’s victory

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NEW YORK — Alec Baldwin has been praised this election season for his portrayal of Donald Trump on "Saturday Night Live."

The actor took to one of his Twitter accounts to weigh in on the election Tuesday night.

"I was taught in college that American's choose their President like they choose laundry soap, w a knee-jerk brand loyalty devoid of reason," Baldwin wrote.

He also tweeted "One thing that is changed forever in this country is the meaning of the word Christian as it applies to politics."

The "30 Rock" star has been vocal about not being a Trump supporter.

As it neared 2 a.m., with Trump named the projected winner, Baldwin tweeted once again.

"The billionaire Republican businessman is close to winning the race and world markets are crashing. He's all yours, America. He's all yours."

By Wednesday morning, Baldwin became reflective, writing "I think the thing to focus on now is our families. To Love those that were put in our lives to care for. Also our respective health, work, and faith. The American political system is broken. Walk away from it for a while. As Coriolanus says, 'There is a world elsewhere.'"

There's no word yet on if SNL plans to bring Baldwin on full-time to continue portraying Trump during his Presidency.