Tom Hanks seems to be perfectly cool with a GOP front-runner Donald Trump becoming president.
Despite two CBS News hosts doing their very best to put words in his mouth against Trump, the Oscar-winning actor told the panel that if Trump were president, the country would “be fine,” reiterating that “we’re the greatest” country in the world.
“Look, America’s going to be fine,” Hanks told CBS News when asked about a Trump presidency. “We’re the greatest, most resilient nation in the history of, of civilized, in all of civilization. We’ve worked ourselves out of holes many, many times over and over again.”
“I have no powers of clairvoyants like you geniuses in the news media,” Hanks said. “I’m not saying he’s going to be President of the United States.”
“What I’m saying is we are going to have the most hilarious September, October and first week of November in a very long time,” he said. “And you people are going to be exhausted.”
Catch Hanks’ interview here:
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