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Susan Sarandon is seriously feeling “the Bern.”
Stephen Colbert noted that the Academy Award-winning actress formerly supported Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton and displayed a photo of the two on CBS’s “The Late Show.”
“Look at how happy we were,” Sarandon said of the photo. “Then I had to break up with her.”
She said that after the photo was taken Clinton voted for the Iraq War, despite opposition from activists such as herself.
“So I was like, ‘who is this person, I can’t trust her,’” she said, echoing the thoughts from both liberals and conservatives.
She was noncommittal on who’d she vote for if Clinton becomes the Democratic nominee.
“I’m not dealing with that yet,” she said, and later added, “I’m more afraid of Hillary Clinton’s war record and hawkishness than I am of building a wall,” she said. “But that doesn’t mean I would vote for Trump.”
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