Hillary’s is Dangerous, ‘Has Done Horrible Things’
Friday, Hollywood actress Susan Sarandon said she believes Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy plans are more worrisome than those of Donald Trump.
“I believe in a way she is more dangerous,” she said in an interview.
Ms. Sarandon, a Bernie Sanders supporter, said in the interview that she believed Hillary Clinton is likely to engage the US in foreign matters quickly. “She did not learn from Iraq, and she is an interventionist, and she has done horrible things callously.”
“I think we’ll be in Iran in 2 seconds,” Ms. Sarandon said.
She added that she does not understand the Democratic presidential candidate’s motivation. “I don’t know if she is overcompensating or what her trip is,” Ms. Sarandon said.
She downplayed the idea that Donald Trump is “dangerous,” saying, “I am not worried about a wall being built. He is not going to get rid of every Muslim in this country.”
The actress said she does not know Donald Trump’s plans, but she does knows what Hillary Clinton would have in store, and she questioned the media’s lack of toughness on Mrs. Clinton.
“I do know what her policies are. I do know who she is taking money from. And I do know that she is not transparent, and I do know that nobody calls her on it,” Ms. Sarandon said in the interview.
Susan Sarandon predicted that Hillary Clinton would be indicted over her e-Mail scandal, in a TV interview in March
Despite her criticism of Mrs. Clinton, Ms. Sarandon will not be expected to vote for Donald Trump if Senator Sanders is nominated by the Dems.
Thursday, US Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) thinks it is time for Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) to realize that the Democratic Party needs to come together and drop out of the race for the nomination, but the Sanders’ campaign manager Jeff Weaver said efforts are being made to bring super-delegates over to the Vermont senator’s side, and that Senator Sanders has not plans to drop out of the Presidential race.
Have a terrific weekend.
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