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Alec Baldwin: “I Doubt” I’ll Still Run For Mayor of New York City (AUDIO)

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Despite an interest in politics, Alec Baldwin says he has lost his “appetite” to run for office.

“I doubt it now. The older I get, the more I feel that all of it has changed,” the actor said Wednesday on his WNYC radio show, “Here’s The Thing.”

Baldwin has previously said he’d consider running for Mayor of New York, but now finds himself turned off by the political players currently in the mix.

Listen HERE to what he says.

Alec Baldwin Goes Ballistic on Twitter Over Troy Davis Execution

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Alec Baldwin took to Twitter to voice his disgust over the execution of Troy Davis, who was put to death last night for allegedly murdering police officer Mark MacPhail in 1989, despite some doubts about his guilt.

The actor (and possible future New York mayoral candidate) unleashed a slew of tweets attacking the Georgia state justice system and used the execution to blast the Bush administration for the Iraqi War. But what really set Baldwin off were tweets from conservative blogger Michelle Malkin.

Alec Baldwin Eyeing Future Run for Mayor of New York

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Alec Baldwin is gearing up for a mayoral run in New York, but he’s not ready quite yet.

The actor said he’ll sit out the election in 2013, because he’s still committed to “30 Rock” through the season, which ends next April, and because he would like to enroll in a master’s program in the fall of 2012 in an effort to better educate himself about the office of mayor.

Chris Rock First Supports and Then Slams Tracy Morgan

Truth rating: 10

Chris Rock came to the defense of Tracy Morgan after news emerged that the “30 Rock” star went on a violent homophobic rant while performing in Nashville. Rock even tweeted his support for Morgan: “I dont know about you, but I dont want to live in world where Tracy Morgan cant say foul inappropriate s**t.”

But now Rock has changed his stance.

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