As irony would have it, Oscar-winning screenwriter Aaron Sorkin referred to millions of Trump supporters as racists, unworthy of tolerance, grace, or understanding in the same week that The Hollywood Reporter (THR) dropped a bombshell report alleging that big-time producer Scott Rudin, a frequent collaborator of Sorkin’s, regularly and repeatedly abused people under his employment.
According to the report, Scott Rudin’s alleged behavior has been an open secret in Hollywood for several decades rivaling that of convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein.
“For some four decades, Rudin’s abusive behavior has been chronicled — even celebrated — by the press,” reported THR. “In a 2010 profile, this publication dubbed him ‘The Most Feared Man in Town’ and called him ‘dazzlingly charming’ one paragraph after describing acts of cruelty and intimidation. In a 2005 Wall Street Journal profile with the headline ‘Boss-zilla!,’ Rudin himself pegged the number of assistants he burned through in the previous five years at 119.”
Of the litany of charges brought against