In a calmer moment, Alec Baldwin and Hilaria Baldwin attend an event on Oct. 29 in New York City.
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He has a new baby daughter at home, but marriage and fatherhood haven't tamed Alec Baldwin.
The dad of Carmen, and husband of Hilaria, once again took to Twitter on Thursday. This time, his target was the web site TheWrap.com.
"Nearly all entertainment 'journalism' is such vile crap. I didn't know The Wrap was among the worst of them," tweeted Baldwin.
The article that so upset him? The Wrap's coverage of the FAA's on-board electronic device policy change.
"Baldwin was kicked off the American flight at LAX for ignoring flight attendants' repeated requests to stop playing the game Words With Friends on a smartphone. As a result, the flight was delayed and the passengers had to go back to the gate. Baldwin was allowed to board another American flight," wrote Ira Teinowitz.
That did not sit well with Baldwin, who also tweeted: "Today, on that steaming pile of (expletive) The Wrap, they mention this...The plane never left the gate."
Clearly, Baldwin has not learned from past Twitter battles. And never mind that he has his own MSNBC show now, making him a de facto member of the press, perhaps?