Alec Baldwin Teaches His 3-Year-Old Daughter How to Do His ‘SNL’ Trump Impression (Video)

Kids are so quick to learn

As it’s often been said, it’s important to pass on a legacy to your children.

Alec Baldwin bestowed part of his legacy to three-year-old daughter Carmen on Saturday, teaching the tot his now-famous “Saturday Night Live” Donald Trump impression, as documented by an Instagram video posted by Baldwin’s wife Hilaria.

“We go like this with our hands and we say, ‘Saturday, Saturday, Saturday, OK everybody, it’s Saturday,” Baldwin is seen instructing his spawn in the completely adorable video, before giving her a hug for a job well done.

The Season 42 episode of “SNL” airs this week, capping a run that’s been galvanized by the seemingly daily absurdities of the Trump Administration. Baldwin’s impersonation of the current Chief Executive has been a high point of the NBC sketch-comedy series’ Trump spoofs.

Alas, Baldwin said recently that he might not play Trump next season.

“[This season] I’m going to go do it as much as I can… beyond that I don’t quite know — I don’t quite know if people want to continue with that,” the actor said in March. “If everything stays the same in this country as it is now, I don’t think people are going to be in the mood to laugh about it come September.”

It’s Saturday! Season finale of @nbcsnl …sound up ????

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If “SNL” creator Lorne Michaels is smart, he might recognize a bright young newcomer to take Baldwin’s place in the video.