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Alec Baldwin compares Trump to Psycho's Norman Bates, says president's 'minions' are 'psychotics'

Alec Baldwin has branded President Trump and his followers as ‘psychotics’ and views the leader’s refusal to tackle the big issues facing the country as a ‘form of insanity’ that reminds him of Psycho character Norman Bates.

As the actor prepares to portray Donald Trump when Saturday Night Live returns this weekend, he admitted he’s exasperated lampooning the 74-year-old politician based on topics of the week.

Speaking before the disastrous debate with Joe Biden on Tuesday night, where Trump claimed he had support from Portland’s Sheriff regarding protests and that he’d been getting along well with the Governor of California amid wildfires, Baldwin accused him of covering up issues rather than dealing with them.

'Nothing would make me happier than to see this end,' Baldwin said about the presidency and portraying Trump on TV

‘Nothing would make me happier than to see this end,’ Baldwin said about the presidency and portraying Trump on TV

‘Nothing would make me happier than to see this end,’ the SNL star told The Hollywood Reporter.

‘It’s not about climate denial or racial insensitivity, it’s a form of insanity.

Baldwin has been known for his Emmy-winning portrayal of Trump for year on SNL. After much research and study he draws overt comparisons to Alfred Hitchcock’s fictional character with dissociative identity character.

‘This vision of what the world is, these white privilege optics of the world, is really like Norman Bates’ dead mother in the basement,’ Baldwin continued.








‘Just keep putting some powder on her, keep putting some makeup on her, keep throwing your voice, ventriloquist-style into her dead corpse.’

Baldwin, 62, thinks there’s a deeper issue when Trump uses the adopted slogan ‘Make America Great Again.’

Instead he urges the country’s leader to push forward.

‘Trump and his minions continue to try to keep alive this faded, bygone view of what this country is and should be,’ Baldwin added. ‘To me, they’re psychotics.’

'It's not about climate denial or racial insensitivity, it's a form of insanity,' Baldwin said about Trump's views

‘It’s not about climate denial or racial insensitivity, it’s a form of insanity,’ Baldwin said about Trump’s views








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