Dominican newspaper El Nacional issued an apology Saturday after readers quickly pointed out it used a picture of Alec Baldwin dressed as President Donald Trump on "Saturday Night Live" — instead of an actual Trump image — for a story about U.S.-Israeli relations.
As NBC News reports, Baldwin's picture appeared next to one of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a story about Israel allowing more settlers into lands disputed by Palestine. Trump has signaled that new settlements may not achieve the goal of peace.
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Social media users enjoyed the fact that Baldwin had made such an impact internationally in his role skewering the president on "SNL" — an impersonation Trump has attacked as unfunny and "sad."
Baldwin shattered his own record Saturday night, hosting "SNL" for a 17th time.
"Saturday Night Live" is produced by and appears on the NBC Television Network.