This time, he sat down with Howard Stern Tuesday to discuss GOP candidate Donald Trump. Although Stern—who's joked about totally being down for a Cabinet spot in a Trump administration—seemingly set the Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation star up to criticize the real estate mogul, Baldwin surprised the SiriusXM host by going in a different direction.
"If Trump was the nominee let alone won the election...he's exactly what we deserve right now with the system we have," Baldwin said.
"There's a part of me that would love to see Trump win," he admitted. As a "huge campaign finance reform person," he added, "money has destroyed the American political system."
When Stern asked Baldwin if he's endorsing Trump, the actor didn't answer, but he instead offered up an explanation about how politicians are all "owned" by someone. Using NASCAR sponsorships as an example, Hilaria Baldwin's husband explained that all of their stickers prove that companies own them.
"Like me, she's got people that don't exactly love us and we understand who they are and sort of forget about that," Trump said Monday while appearing on radio show The Palin Update. "But she has a tremendously loyal group of people out there for her."
He continued to sing the former vice presidential candidate's praises, saying, "I still have people saying, 'Get Sarah's support! Get Sarah's support!' No matter where I go. Everybody loves her."