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Trump Impressionist Baldwin Signs Up to Stump for Dems

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By    |   Monday, 09 October 2017 05:06 PM

Alec Baldwin is the keynote speaker at the Iowa Democratic Party's fall gala — and the party is hinting the actor and comedian might come ready to reprise his impression of President Donald Trump.

Formerly known as the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner, the event is a major fundraiser for Iowa Democrats and traditionally attracts party leaders and officials, The Des Moines Register noted.

"Heading into the 2018 midterm elections and beyond, I have decided to rededicate my efforts to helping the Democratic party win across the country," Baldwin said in a statement, the newspaper reported.

"That effort begins in earnest in Iowa on Monday, Nov. 27th. There will be many more opportunities both before and after, and you can plan on seeing me out there with folks on the ground fighting this most important battle for our future."

Baldwin recently was awarded an Emmy for his Trump spoof on "Saturday Night Live."

"We are so excited to welcome Alec Baldwin to Iowa, and to have him lend his voice to the growing chorus of people who are ready to see change in Iowa," Iowa Democratic Party Chair Troy Price said in a statement, the newspaper reported.

"He will be able to provide a unique and entertaining perspective on the challenges facing our country and how we can work together to rebuild our party."

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