This Feb. 4, 2017 photo released by NBC shows Alec Baldwin as President Donald Trump in the opening sketch of "Saturday Night Live," in New York. With the return of John Oliver to HBO and Alec Baldwinís guest hosting slot on ìSaturday Night Live,î this is shaping up like a big weekend for late-nightís treatment of the new president.(Will Heath/NBC via AP) ORG XMIT: NYET426

Alec Baldwin is cashing in on his beloved Donald Trump impression, taking it from the screen to the page, announcing plans Wednesday to pen a faux memoir as the U.S. president.
Penguin Press is set to publish the book, to be co-written by Baldwin and Kurt Anderson. It will be a parody account of Trump’s first year in office, and has a mouthful of a title — You Can’t Spell America Without Me: The Really Tremendous Inside Story of My Fantastic First Year as President Donald J. Trump. 
It will feature Trump’s “refreshingly compulsive un-PC candour” in regard to his family, world leaders, and the year’s major events. 
The book will be published on November 7, just in time for Christmas, and right around the time Trump was elected. But you may want to wait for the audiobook version, which will feature Baldwin reading in his Trump voice, made famous on Saturday Night Live (much to Trump’s chagrin). 
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