Clint Eastwood Labeled Trump Protesters As ‘Kiss-Ass’ Cowards
Clint Eastwood has appeared to be very vocal about his support to US presidential candidate Donald Trump while pointing out that the young generation, which he described as “kiss-ass” and “pussy,” must put an end to using the word “racist” liberally.Advertisement
While several Americans have described the 70-year-old politician as “racist,” the 86-year-old “Dirty Harry” star has shared a different take on it.
With what he said about the father of Ivanka Trump, it seemed that the Republican who wants to sit as America’s next president has truly found an ally in the actor.
According to SF Gate, the actor-director has hinted that what the current generation must do is to simply forget the politician’s alleged racism stance.
“[Trump’s] onto something, because secretly everybody’s getting tired of political correctness, kissing up,” Clint East said in the latest issue of “Esquire” magazine. “We’re really in a pussy generation.”
“Everybody’s walking on eggshells,” he added. “We see people accusing people of being racist and all kinds of stuff. When I grew up, those things weren’t called racist.”
As he said this, he explicitly declared that his vote will not go to Hillary Clinton, the official presidential candidate of the Democrats.
“I’d have to go for Trump … you know, ’cause she’s declared that she’s gonna follow in Obama’s footsteps,” Clint Eastwood stated.
When it comes to the advice that he could possibly give to both presidential aspirants, the Hollywood legend said that they just have knock off everything, Vanity Fair reported.
In the meantime, Fox40 reported that the actor was spotted in Monterey County on Tuesday visiting the crews responsible in fighting the Sobranes Fire.
It can be recalled that on July 22, a huge fire, which allegedly started from an abandoned camp fire, razed the Garrapata State Park. On Wednesday, Aug. 3, the fire grew even bigger reaching a total of 45,800 acres, destroying 57 homes.
Clint Eastwood used to live in Monterey, particularly in Carmel, where he served as mayor.