EPIC FAIL: Alec Baldwin Attempts To Mock Trump, Fails Miserably

Alec Baldwin attempted to mock President-elect Donald Trump’s slogan, Make America Great Again, but failed miserably.

On Friday, the 58-year-old actor shared a photo on Instagram with his 190,000 followers. In the shot he was wearing a red ball cap with Russian lettering that was supposed to say “Make America Great Again,” implying that Russia had something to do with Trump winning the election. (RELATED: Alec Baldwin: ‘I Don’t Hate Donald Trump’)

Host Alec Baldwin speaks during the NFL Honors award show in New York in this file photo taken February 1, 2014. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri/Files

(photo: REUTERS/Carlo Allegri/Files)

But instead of mocking Trump, the actor’s joke backfired since the hat was mistranslated and grammatically incorrect, according to Fox News’s Julie Roginsky. (RELATED: Alec Baldwin Goes On Expletive Rant At Photographer Over Taking Pic Of His Wife)

After the Fox News contributor spotted an article about the photo on Saturday she messaged the actor via Twitter about his mistake.

“Sigh, Alec Baldwin… that hat is both grammatically incorrect and is more about making America groovy again,” Roginsky tweeted.


When she was asked about what the hat actually translated to she responded that the words were “all wrong.”

“The grammatical declensions of the words are all wrong and the word for ‘great’ is better translated as ‘awesome’ or ‘groovy,'” Roginsky tweeted.