SNL: Alec Baldwin’s Trump Plays ‘Side Piece’ to ‘Bros’ Putin and Saudi Crown Prince

President Donald Trump is 5,000 miles away in Argentina for the G20 Summit and Alec Baldwin is back on Saturday Night Live. A month after his arrest for allegedly assaulting a stranger over a parking space, Baldwin made his first SNL appearance as Trump since early October.  

The scene opened on the balcony of the Park Hyatt hotel where Baldwin’s Trump was suffering insomnia. “Melania, I’m having trouble sleeping,” he said. “I keep having this nightmare where I’m walking in a forest of blood.”

“No, no, that was just my Christmas decorations,” Cecily Strong’s first lady replied.

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James Baldwin’s ‘Beale Street’ Is Talking Louder Than Ever

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If Beale Street Could Talk, a movie directed by Barry Jenkins, opens in limited release December 14. The novel of the same name by James Baldwin and on which the movie is based was published in June 1974. It tells the story of Tish and Fonny, two very young (she’s 19, he’s 22) African-Americans in New York City who are in love, engaged to be married, then find the fragile trajectory of their lives thrown off by Fonny’s arrest for a rape he did not commit. The perpetrator of the arrest—of the entire maddening injustice of Fonny’s incarceration—is one Officer Bell, a blue-eyed, red-haired New York City cop who, for no good reason, has it in for Fonny.

Beale Street is a tragedy, not without hope at the end, but a tragedy nevertheless. “You can beat the rap, but you can’t beat the ride,” is a saying you hear among lawyers of the criminal defense bar, and the ordeal that Tish, Fonny, and their families endure is a very harsh ride indeed.

The same summer that Beale Street was published, I read it far from New York, in a quiet, leafy suburb of what was called in those days “the New South,” and the news that book brought me might as well have come from another planet. I was 16, white, middle class, and had spent exactly one night of my life in New York, at a Holiday Inn. The world Baldwin depicts, a world in which the racist animus of a white policeman could so randomly, lethally be brought to bear on one particular black man, rocked my 16-year-old self back on his heels.

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Inside Hailey Baldwin’s Thanksgiving and Birthday Celebration With Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber, Hailey BaldwinHappy birthday, Hailey Baldwin!
The model turned 22 years old on Thursday and celebrated her big day with Justin Bieber and their families.
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