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Alec Baldwin, Kurt Andersen to publish Donald Trump parody

"You Can't Spell America Without Me," a Donald Trump parody by Alec Baldwin and Kurt Andersen, is due out in November. Credit: Penguin Press

Riding high on the popularity of his Donald Trump impression on “Saturday Night Live,” Alec Baldwin will publish a Trump parody book in the fall, Penguin Press announced Wednesday.

The Massapequa-raised actor will collaborate with Kurt Andersen, host of the public radio show “Studio 360,” on “You Can’t Spell America Without Me: The Really Tremendous Inside Story of My Fantastic First Year as President Donald J. Trump,” a mock presidential memoir scheduled for release on Nov. 7, nearly one year after Trump’s electoral victory over Hillary Clinton.

Penguin released the book’s front and back covers, with cover copy in a Trumpian voice promising that the contents are “100% true — so true that people are already claiming it’s maybe the truest book ever.” It’s the second book for Baldwin this year — his memoir, “Nevertheless,” is due out from Harper on April 4.


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