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Alec Baldwin to host ‘SNL’ for first time since Donald Trump sketches

Alec Baldwin impersonates Donald Trump during the

Alec Baldwin impersonates Donald Trump during the "Classroom Cold Open" sketch on "Saturday Night Live" on Dec. 3, 2016. Credit: NBC / Will Heath

Alec Baldwin will host “Saturday Night Live” on Feb. 11, NBC announced Monday.

This will mark a record-breaking 17th time that the Massapequa-raised actor has hosted the show, but the first since he began impersonating Donald Trump last year.

Baldwin had announced earlier this month he would be appearing on the Jan. 21 edition of “SNL,” the day after President Trump’s inauguration. However, he was a no-show that night and has not offered an explanation for his absence.

Ed Sheeran will be the musical guest on the Feb. 11 program.

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