Superstar Will Smith doesn't usually jump in to speak out on political issues, but he did open up a little in an interview with news.com.au. According to Smith, he doesn't think Americans are going to vote for Donald Trump.
Smith was promoting his new movie, 'Suicide Squad,' when he was asked what he thought about the GOP presidential candidate. Smith recalled the days before Trump's political career when he was engaged in a vicious Twitter war with Rosie O'Donnell. Some of the personal insults Trump flung at the outspoken O'Donnell were pretty offensive.
"For a man to be able to publicly refer to a woman as a fat pig, that makes me teary," Smith said. "And for people to applaud, that is absolutely f--king insanity to me."
According to Smith, "America won't and we can't' elect Trump."
O'Donnell started the argument by making personal criticisms of Trump and his marriage on 'The View' one day. In all fairness, Trump calls everyone names, men and women alike - he's an equal opportunity insult slinger.
But as far as Smith is concerned, America needs a more 'level-headed' president. "...When people get scared, they lose their morality and that reptile mind takes over... It's the type of thing that you see in all forms of nature, but our leaders can't be that."
Source: Business Insider