Alec Baldwin surprises ‘Saturday Night Live’ viewers with Bill O’Reilly impression

Alec Baldwin returned to “Saturday Night Live” with a surprise impression of Bill O’Reilly, whose Fox News show has seen a drop in advertisers after reports about past claims of sexual harassment.

Baldwin playing O’Reilly, has trouble finding a female correspondent to appear on his show after “several women have come forward and accused me of offering them exciting opportunities here at Fox News.”

Thus, Baldwin, a liberal actor, makes another appearance in the same sketch as President Trump.

“One man was brave enough to come to my defense. A man who is unimpeachable on all female issues,” the O’Reilly character says, thanking the Trump character for coming to his defense last week.

In an interview with the New York Times on Wednesday, Trump said the Fox News host “shouldn’t have settled” with the women who accused him of sexual harassment.

“I don’t think Bill did anything wrong,” he said.

On “Saturday Night Live,” O’Reilly asks Trump what facts he had to base that opinion upon.

“A hunch, just a loose hunch,” Trump responds, saying he’s more familiar with O’Reilly’s issues than the healthcare debate.

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