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Daniel Baldwin to those who won't accept Trump win: 'Suck it up'

Actor Daniel Baldwin  poses on the red carpet of the World Poker Tour Celebrity Invitational at the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles, California, March  1, 2008.

Actor Daniel Baldwin poses on the red carpet of the World Poker Tour Celebrity Invitational at the Commerce Casino in Los Angeles, California, March 1, 2008.  (Reuters)

Another Baldwin brother is heated up about the election.

Daniel Baldwin sent a message to those who have not yet accepted the results of the 2016 presidential election: "Suck it up."

The 56-year-old told TMZ that those who are not happy with the results should focus their efforts on lobbying to "change the system" instead of complaining about President-elect Donald Trump.

"This guy won. This is the system you have. The Electoral College, checks and balances that were set up that you could possibly lose the popular vote but still carry the day Electoral College-wise," Baldwin told TMZ.

He added, "Suck it up, pull up your big-boy panties now, because you lost."

He also compared the election wallowing to those who complained about the Iraq war.

"This is the same thing I said to people who didn't believe in the war that was going on," Baldwin said. "I said, you're going to punk these kids that are over there fighting the war now? You can’t do that… If you don’t like the reasons that we’re over there for the war, then fight the system and fight the government, tell them we don’t wanna be in a war anymore. But you don’t do that to the kids."

This isn't the first time a Baldwin has chimed in on the election. Stephen Baldwin, a Trump supporter and Alec Baldwin, a Hillary Clinton fan butted heads earlier this year over their preferred candidates. Stephen even went as far as to say he did not like his brother Alec's Trump impersonation on "Saturday Night Live."