A newspaper in the Dominican Republic published a photo of Alec Baldwin's "Saturday Night Live" impersonation of Donald Trump instead of the U.S. president on Friday, prompting instant derision on social media.
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The story in El Nacional talked about Trump's stance on Israeli settlements. It was accompanied by a photo of Baldwin in full Trump hair and makeup, alongside a photo of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The newspaper later ran a correction, apologizing for mistakenly using the Associated Press image of Baldwin.
But photos and screengrabs of newspaper page had already made their rounds on social media.