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    Donald Trump or Alec Baldwin? US TV Station Has Trouble Telling Them Apart

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    Jacksonville TV Station WJXT published a confusing report.

    WJXT, a local news station from Jacksonville, owned by Graham Media Group, published a news report regarding President Donald Trump's executive order to start building that wall we all know where.

    However, they did it using a picture of a man who looks a lot like Donald Trump, but is not him.

    ​That's right, they used a photo of actor Alec Baldwin, who has been impersonating Trump on Saturday Night Live on NBC since October 2016, depicting the then-presidential candidate in ten short sketches.

    FTVLive was quick enough to make a screenshot of WJXT's webpage.

    Despite WJXT removing the image quickly, it will remain forever in our hearts. And on FTVLive.

    Be careful, though, as this might be contagious: Argentine party Workers' Socialist Movement has called for demonstration against Alec Baldwin earlier last week, too.

    ​By the way, Baldwin will host Saturday Night Live again on February 11th and is expected to impersonate the President for the whole episode.

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