Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump has been taking a lot of heat from the Hollywood celebrity scene, and now one actor’s comments about Trump have sparked outrage from voters.
Over the weekend during the Cannes Film Festival, Hillary Clinton campaign funder and famous Academy Award winning actor George Clooney bashed Trump with statements about his presidential run.
“There is not gonna be a President Donald Trump,” Clooney said. “It’s not gonna happen. Fear is not going to be something that drives our country. We’re not going to be scared of Muslims or immigrants or women. We’re not actually afraid of anything so we are not going to use fear. It’s not going to be an issue.”
Trump was quick to counterattack a response on his Fox & Friends interview. “As far as George Clooney is concerned, let’s put it this way — he’s no Cary Grant,” Trump said. The feud spewing and comment bashing compliment well with George Clooney’s new movie that opened over the weekend, Money Monster. The film has opened to a mediocre $15 million first weekend intake and subpar to negative reviews. A major criticism in a film review by Vox is that Hollywood has forgotten how to make movies about the working class.