Actor Alec Baldwin, who won an Emmy for his unfavorable impersonation of President Donald Trump, was reportedly arrested in New York City Friday after punching someone out over a parking space.
From local CBS New York:
It happened around 1 p.m. on East 10th Street near Union Square West in Greenwich Village.
Baldwin was in police custody Friday afternoon after the incident, which authorities say took place outside of the actor’s home
Police say Baldwin was backing into an open parking spot when a 49-year-old man in a station wagon came in from behind him and took the spot.
Baldwin then followed the man to the Muni-meter and punched him, police said. The driver was taken to Lenox Hill hospital.
Tomorrow's SNL cold open will feature Donald Trump portraying Alec Baldwin in jail. https://t.co/2EU52h9yIo— Rob GoVote (@RobGeorge) November 2, 2018
President Trump was asked about Baldwin's arrest at the White House Friday before leaving for a campaign rally in West Virginia.
“I wish him luck," he said.
Since it's Friday, here's a flashback to when President Trump appeared on Saturday Night Live as himself.