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Feb 13, 2017
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A local broadsheet from the Dominican Republic had to do some backtracking after they mistakenly published the wrong photo of US President Donald Trump on one of their papers.

According to BBC, the El Nacional used the photo of actor andd comedian Alec Baldwin in their article about the President commenting on Israel settlements.

The newspaper outlet has already admitted that no one from their side noticed the error and apologized for it in a statement. 

Baldwin has been doing spot-on impersonations of Trump since the campaign period on Saturday Night Live.

To clue you in on Baldwin's talents when it comes to mimicking the American president, here’s one of his impersonations during the presidential debates with Hillary Clinton.

As for the President, he wasn’t exactly pleased as shown in one of his Tweets that described Baldwin’s impersonation of him as “not funny.”

Baldwin for his part replied that he will only quit doing impersonations of Trump if the President releases his tax returns.

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