The resident blowhard and Emmy victor for his portrayal of Trump on "Saturday Night Live" said the only thing stopping him from a run at the presidency is his wife.
"If I ran, I would win", Baldwin said told radio host Howard Stern on Monday.
Baldwin has previously been incredibly critical of the president, and regularly parodies him on "Saturday Night Live".
"If I ran for president, I would win".
"I'm told she loves it", Baldwin continued.
The comedian said that while he would have the "funniest, most exciting, most insane campaign", he is hopeful that "somebody great" will run instead.
It's not the first time the 60-year-old actor has talked about running for president.
Camera Icon Actor Alec Baldwin and wife Hilaria have five children
Alec Baldwin may be positioning himself for a 2020 presidential race against the man he plays on TV.
"Where are you then?" added Stern, who then mocked Baldwin's game-show hosting duties.
"I'm only saying [I would run] because people don't really have a sense of who's going to come up [on the Democrats' side]", Baldwin explained.
"Alec Baldwin, whose dying mediocre career was saved by his awful impersonation of me on SNL, now says playing me was agony".
Baldwin did say, however, that he would love to run for that type of position. "There are so many things that this country needs to do that are so obvious".
"Frankly, at this point I would vote for a potted plant over Donald Trump if that potted plant was the nominee", she said. He also said he would miss spending summers with his five children: Ireland, 22, Carmen, 4, Rafael, 2, Leonardo, 21 months, and Romeo, 3 weeks.