So presidential: Alec Baldwin to pen Donald Trump parody memoir
Baldwin's memoir Nevertheless also set for release in 2017
Alec Baldwin has found a new way to mock Donald Trump.
Baldwin is teaming with author Kurt Andersen on the satirical book You Can't Spell America Without Me: The Really Tremendous Inside Story of My Fantastic First Year as President Donald J. Trump, Penguin Press announced Wednesday.
Anderson is a novelist, radio host and co-founder of satirical magazine Spy.
The book will feature a "refreshingly compulsive un-PC candour" take on Trump's family, other world leaders, and major events from his first year of presidency, Penguin said.
The book is scheduled to come out Nov. 7, almost exactly a year to the day that Trump stunned the world by being elected president, and ensured many more appearances by Baldwin as Trump on Saturday Night Live.
Baldwin will also record the audiobook version (in his Trump voice, naturally).
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Baldwin is having a busy year as a writer. His memoir, Nevertheless, comes out in April.
With files from CBC News