Johnny Depp’s Donald Trump impersonation turned actress Jennifer Lawrence into vulgar maniac

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Jennifer Lawrence appeared on BBC’s “Graham Norton Show” and told the host she once had a message she wanted to give to Donald Trump and she was trying to hunt him down at an event so she could confront him with it.

According to Lawrence, the GOP presidential candidate gives the actress the urge to kill.

A little much, even for Hollywood.

The “Hunger Games” star described an occasion where she was at the same concert as Trump and said she was “adamant” about finding him so she could deliver the message.

“I had my full security, like, I was like, ‘Find Donald Trump.’ ‘Cause I was just, I was adamant on finding him and then making a video of me going, ‘Hey Trump, f*** you!'” she said with her middle finger raised.

Trump’s name was raised when Norton showed a picture of Johnny Depp, who was seated next to Lawrence on a panel, portraying the presumptive the Republican presidential nominee in a parody for “Funny or Die.”

Depp, who predicted last week that if Trump wins he will become the last president, even did an impression of the billionaire for Norton’s audience.

When Lawrence suggested that she had an urge to “kill Johnny Depp” when she saw him dressed as Trump, Depp egged her on.

“I can only say that you should,” Depp quipped.

It should be noted that “Funny Or Die” is owned, in part, by actor Will Ferrell, who is so left-wing that last week he was considering doing a film mocking Ronald Reagan’s battle with Alzheimer’s Disease.

Watch Lawrence and Depp’s interview below.

**WARNING – STRONG LANGUAGE.**

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Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia

Carmine Sabia Jr started his own professional wrestling business at age 18 and went on to become a real estate investor. Currently he is a pundit who covers political news and current events.
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