Actor Stephen Baldwin sounded off on President Trump's first few months in office and discussed his relationship with his eldest brother.

He said Trump is doing what he promised and had no qualms about his presidency thus far.

An early supporter of Trump, Baldwin said Hollywood's reaction to the election is "funny in a bad way."


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Baldwin called out the insults lobbed at Trump by actor Robert De Niro, questioning how liberals would react if a conservative actor said similar things about Hillary Clinton.

He said "Saturday Night Live," on which Alec Baldwin portrays Trump, is also too negative toward the president.

He criticized Hollywood overall for being "disconnect[ed] from reality" in that way.

Stephen also revealed that the election affected his family life, as he hasn't spoken with Alec since Trump's victory.

Instead, he wished his brother, who turned 59 this week, a happy birthday.


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