VIDEO: SNL Dana Carvey Just Schooled Alec Baldwin On How To Treat a President

Both men have impersonated presidents on “Saturday Night Live.” But one did so with respect, the other does so with animosity.

Actor and comedian Dana Carvey, who played former President George H.W. Bush on the NBC comedy sketch show, actually had a friendly relationship with Bush in real life. The same cannot be said of actor Alec Baldwin, who impersonates President Donald Trump on “SNL.”

In the wake of Bush’s death, Carvey released a statement to MSNBC about the man he got to know in real life — a man with whom he did charity events and exchanged letters after Bush left the presidency. And it was a lesson for Baldwin and every Trump-hater in the entertainment world about how Americans treat a president.

Carvey said, “It was an honor and a privilege to know and spend time with George H.W. Bush for over 25 years. When I think of those times, what I remember most is how hard we would laugh. I will miss my friend.”

One of the most amazing events featuring both men was during a Christmas celebration at the White House in which Bush personally invited Carvey to perform with his impersonation of him.

Although Carvey seemed a bit uncomfortable about it at first, Bush laughed the whole time and when invited up to the podium by Carvey, showed his own sense of humor and grace. He had words of high praise for Carvey.

Contrast that with what we see of how Baldwin speaks about Trump.

Here is a tweet with a clip of Carvey impersonating Bush. Note the type of humor and tone used.

Now compare that to a clip of Baldwin impersonating Trump. Note in this one, too, the type of humor and tone used.

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