During a late appearance at Arizona State University, Johnny Depp talked genuinely about his scorn for Donald Trump. The actor had already imitated the leader for the GOP’s presidential designation in a Funny or Die film.
Hollywood Actor Johnny Depp slams Donald Trump and calls him a ‘brat’
With his experience playing Trump, Depp thought that it was fitting to bring him up amid a 12 March cooperation with understudies of Arizona State University. In discussion with Arizona State’s Origins Project author Lawrence Krauss on the subject of “mankind in franticness” the on-screen character alluded to Trump as a “brat”.
“It’s not just about being a rich kid or anything like that. I drew nearer Donald Trump as what you sort of find in him when you truly watch him. There’s a misrepresentation. There’s something made about him in the feeling of bullydom.
Reprimanding the Republican’s stand on Mexico, Depp said, “Also the ridiculousness of where his sentences may travel. … Reagan some time ago, ‘Mr. Gorbachev, tear down that divider!’ Donald Trump, ‘I’m going to build a wall. And the greater part of my billions must pay for it. Since you know why? Mexico is going to pay for it.'”
The Charlie And The Chocolate Factory actor flaunted some Trump impersonations he perfected for the film.
Other superstars also have stood up against Trump and his crusade. Most as of late, comedian Louis CK called him a “insane bigot” and contrasted him with Hitler. In an email reporting the 6th scene of Horace and Pete, his web series, CK composed, “Please stop it with voting in favor of Trump. It was clever for a little time. Be that as it may, the fellow is Hitler.