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Sharon Stone just took her comments about GOP front-runner Donald Trump a step too far.
The liberal actress who previously endorsed President Obama in the last two elections hinted to the Hollywood Reporter that a Trump presidency could lead to another Holocaust.
“We have leaders and people who are trying to be leaders who are running campaigns based on fear, and that’s a contagion,” said Stone in the interview. “It’s horrible. Holocausts have occurred when that fire catches loose.”
“What can I say that he doesn’t say for himself,” Stone continued. “I think the ever-changing muskrat on his head speaks worlds about his confidence.”
Stone somewhat reiterated her Holocaust remark again, saying that a Trump presidency is not funny to her because she sees it as a danger to the world.
“Unfortunately, there is a lot of humor attached to [Trump] in the media, but it isn’t funny and it wouldn’t be funny [if he became president]. We really have to get that because if you look back at history of other countries who have faced this situation and the things that have had to occur to save lives, there’s nothing funny about it.”
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