(Washington Times) Hollywood actor Brad Pitt used a recent sit-down interview with the New York Times’ T Magazine to lash out at supporters of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Mr. Pitt sat allowed writer Marlon James to visit Plan B, the California film production company he co-founded in 2001, for a wide-ranging discussion that covered everything from his distaste for Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ” to Brexit.
The actor reserved his most pointed criticism for Mr. Trump and his supporters.
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“Man, I never thought that [Brexit] would happen,” said the Oscar-nominated actor, the newspaper reported Wednesday. “Same way I can’t bring myself to think that Trump will be in charge."