Hollywood actor Samuel L. Jackson took a swipe at President Donald Trump and his millions of supporters while guest hosting ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Friday, declaring “Donald Trump is dangerous for our country.” He also presented a parody campaign ad that described Trump voters as probably “insane.”
The Pulp Fiction star made the attacks in his opening monologue, during which he repeated The Atlantic magazine’s anonymously sourced claim the president once called military veterans “losers” and “suckers.” More than 20 officials, including Trump nemesis John Bolton, have disputed The Atlantic‘s story on the record.
“He [Trump] always knows the wrong thing to say,” Jackson said. “I mean, we found out he called U.S. soldiers ‘losers’ and ‘suckers,’ then he intentionally played down the coronavirus even though he knew how bad it was. He encouraged his supporters to vote twice, which is a felony, and said protesters are using soup cans as weapons