Dana Carvey Wrecks Alec Baldwin and the Rest of Liberal America, Explains How to Properly Treat a President

Kirsters Baish| What do Dana Carvey and Alec Baldwin have in common? They’re both comedians who have impersonated United States Presidents on “Saturday Night Live,” but Carvey’s impersonation was much different from Baldwin’s. Baldwin impersonated President Donald Trump out of hatred and animosity. Carvey impersonated former President George H.W. Bush out of respect, reports Conservative Tribune.

Conservative Tribune explains:

Actor and comedian Dana Carvey, who played former President George H.W. Bush on the NBC comedy sketch show, actually had a friendly relationship with Bush in real life. The same cannot be said of actor Alec Baldwin, who impersonates President Donald Trump on “SNL.”

In the wake of Bush’s death, Carvey released a statement to MSNBC about the man he got to know in real life — a man with whom he did charity events and exchanged letters after Bush left the presidency. And it was a lesson for Baldwin and every Trump-hater in the entertainment world about how Americans treat a president.

Take a look:

Carvey stated, “It was an honor and a privilege to know and spend time with George H.W. Bush for over 25 years. When I think of those times, what I remember most is how hard we would laugh. I will miss my friend.”

Interestingly, during a Christmas celebration at the White House, former President George H.W. Bush personally invited Dana Carvey to do his impersonation.

Carvey did seem a little uncomfortable doing the impersonation with Bush right there, but Bush thought the entire thing was hilarious. It was reported that he laughed the whole time, and Conservative Tribune reports that “when invited up to the podium by Carvey, showed his own sense of humor and grace. He had words of high praise for Carvey.”

Compare that to how Baldwin talks about Trump…

The way Baldwin impersonates Trump is MUCH different from the way that Carvey impersonated Bush.

Take a look at the humor Carvey used. It was all light-hearted:

Now look at the humor and tone used when Baldwin impersonates Trump…

We’ll just let the video clips speak for themselves.