Another day, another two celebrities voicing their disgust for a potential Donald Trump presidency.
Shortly after Daniel Radcliffe admitted that comparisons between Trump and ‘Harry Potter’ villain Lord Voldemort weren’t without their merits Academy Award winner Sean Penn appeared on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’ to speak out against the Republican Presidential nominee.
At first Sean Penn admitted that he didn’t watch Monday’s presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton because it was merely a “social debate,” adding, “I don’t think there’s a political debate going on.”
This then led Penn to remark, “You can go out and vote in a very big way for someone like Hillary Clinton – who then you can challenge and support which is the only way that any kind of president can have success – and you stick it out for four years, or we can just masturbate our way into hell with a guy who looks like the only blonde magician.”
This then led the host to joke, “If you’re referring to Trump, I don’t think he can masturbate his way into hell because his hands [are] too small.” Which provoked Penn to respond with, “Proportional match.”
Sean Penn hasn’t been shy voicing his political opinions. Back in 2002 he paid $56,000 for an advertisement in the Washington Post asking President George W. Bush to end his cycle of violence in Iraq, which also criticised his administration, while he also provided aid and relief after 2005′s Hurricane Katrina and the 2010 Haiti earthquake, too.
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