The actor stated that the new U.S. president had conflated the true meanings of “refugee” and “terrorist.”
Donald Trump, obviously raised his head again on the second day of the Berlinale, with Richard Gere giving an energetic expression on the prompt effect of the new U.S. president. Here’s what he stated about Donald Trump:
“The most horrible thing that Trump has done is conflate two words – refugee and terrorist. That’s what he’s done.”
“Instead of refugees being someone we want to help, now we’re afraid of them, and the biggest crime is conflating these two ideas.
We have to understand what he and the Conservative movement has done,” he continued.
The Dinner, in view of the book by Herman Koch and furthermore featuring Steve Coogan, Laura Linney and Rebecca Halls, sees Gere play a government official meeting his sibling with their spouses for a night supper in a costly restaurant, while dim privileged insights hiding out of sight go to the front line as the night passes.
Coogan, who’s character’s identity’s uncovered to experience the ill effects of mental issues, likewise remarked on the U.S. new president:
“Yes, my character does have a mental illness, but compared with the president of the United States it looks like a mild headache.”
Hollywood is crossing the border. Don’t you think that Trump has to do something serious to stop them?