The radical liberal Hollywood star George Clooney attacked President Donald Trump again this week, this time calling him a "charismatic carnival bark".
Clooney attacks Republicans
In an interview with the New York Times, Clooney said that he believes any effort Joe Biden makes to get across the aisle and work with Republicans will fall apart. He added that many Senate Republicans will never work with Biden because they want to become president themselves.
"Every single one of these guys has aspirations for bigger things – Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz, Mike Pence, everyone," Clooney said. “They think people are going to travel with them because, 'I stayed with you Don,' but the truth is they won't. They stay with Donald because Donald is a charismatic human being despite all of his immense problems Carnival barker is. "
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Clooney tears up Trump
The interview then turned into a sweeping attack on Trump, in which Clooney accused him of refusing to endorse a mandate for a coronavirus mask.
"The idea that we are politicizing things like this is crazy," Clooney said, ignoring the fact that the left was also shamelessly politicizing COVID-19. "If Trump had come out at the very beginning and said, 'We're all going to wear masks because it's the right thing and it will save many lives,' the whole country would have got behind him and he would have been re-elected. But he thought it would affect his economy, so he decided to say it doesn't exist. And now 350,000 people are going to die. "
Fortunately, Clooney continued to deny that he was interested in running for political office himself.
"That would be fun, wouldn't it? What a great way to spend the last third of my life doing business with people who have no intention of doing business," he said.
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Clooney's previous Trump attack
This comes weeks after Clooney said he saw hope on the horizon once Donald Trump is "out of office".
“Well, now we see that there is. There's more than hope, ”Clooney told The Hollywood Reporter. “There is a bright light at the end of this tunnel. We will soon say goodbye to the dark times. To fear goodbye. To doubt goodbye. Goodbye to fear. "
"Once this is over and Trump is no longer in office, we should probably do something about COVID as well," he added. “That would be important. Until 2021. We'll see you personally. "
Full story: George Clooney sees hope on the horizon once Trump is no longer in office
This piece was written by James Samson on December 27th, 2020. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used with permission.
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