Billy Baldwin Rages: ‘Fat Ass’ Donald Trump ‘Hit On My Wife’ -- Lobs list of accusations at Trump
Billy Baldwin Rages: ‘Fat Ass’ Donald Trump ‘Hit On My Wife’ -- Lobs list of accusations at Trump

Actor Billy Baldwin went on a tweet storm against President Trump on Twitter this week, describing him as a “fat ass” who has a “5th-degree black belt when it comes to sexual impropriety allegations.”

Billy Baldwin’s social media screed was in response to a tweet from Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr., that Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) had been accused by two more women of inappropriately touching them.


Baldwin, 54, responded by accusing Donald Trump of flirting with his wife, singer Chynna Phillips, who he has been married to since 1995.

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“Your Dad is a 5th-degree black belt when it comes to sexual impropriety allegations,” Baldwin tweeted in response. “In fact … I once had a party at the Plaza Hotel … your father showed up uninvited & hit on my wife … invited her on his helicopter to Atlantic City. She showed his fat ass the door. #TrumpRussia.”

Baldwin then went on to detail another claim that an “insecure” Donald Trump checked up on his then-mistress Marla Marples while she was taking acting classes with Baldwin in the 1980’s.

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“Think that’s good… wait till I tell you about doing scenes in acting class with Marla Maples (terrific person!!) in the late 80s,” Baldwin wrote. “It was before Ivana or the press even knew. We rehearsed in her apartment & Donny Boy would call every 20 mins to check up on us. #VeryInsecureDude.”

Baldwin, who is the brother of Saturday Live Night star Alec Baldwin, has starred in a number of ’90s films including Backdraft and Sliver, as well as TV series such as ParenthoodHawaii Five-0 and Dirty Sexy Money.

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Alec Baldwin, who impersonates Trump as part of the comedy sketch show Saturday Night Live, has also admitted to “bullying” women and treating them in a “very sexist way.”


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