Alec Baldwin has plenty of thoughts on Donald Trump's stunning presidential victory.
The 58-year-old actor, who's been portraying the controversial businessman on Saturday Night Live leading up to the election, tweeted his thoughts on Tuesday night in multiple scathing tweets from one of his two verified Twitter accounts, @ABFoundation.
"I was taught in college that Americans choose their President like they choose laundry soap, w a knee-jerk brand loyalty devoid of reason," he wrote. "One thing that is changed forever in this country is the meaning of the word 'Christian' as it applies to politics."
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As the results started pouring in on Tuesday night, he tweeted, "The billionaire Republican businessman is close to winning the race and world markets are crashing. He's all yours, America. He's all yours."
Baldwin, a father of four, said he's now focusing on his family and health, but also criticized the American political system.
"1- I think the thing to focus on now is our families," he wrote. "To love those that were put in our lives to care for. Also our respective health. 2- work and faith. The American political system is broken. Walk away from it for a while. As Coriolanus says, 'There is a world elsewhere.'"
And it looks like he's already looking forward to the 2020 presidential election.
"Theme for 2020: MAKE THE WHITE HOUSE GREAT AGAIN," he tweeted.
Though there's some definite drama over politics in the Baldwin family. Baldwin's younger brother, 50-year-old Stephen Baldwin, is an outspoken Trump supporter and celebrated the win at Trump's election party at New York Hilton Midtown. "Soon the REAL work begins ... to #MakeAmericaGreatAgain!" he tweeted. "Proud to have been a part of such amazing history!! @realDonaldTrump."
He also posted a photo with Sarah Palin.
"I promise, this will be my final snarky tweet ... ; )" he captioned the snap.
Last month, Stephen said his brother's SNL impersonation of Trump wasn't funny.
"He's got the voice down very well. I think it's getting a little too nasty right now," he told CBS News' Vladimir Duthiers after the third presidential debate. "I don't want to be a party pooper here, but I don't think it's very funny."
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… Well, this should make the next Baldwin family gathering pretty interesting!