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Someone asks quick-witted James Woods what Trump could do that would make him say ‘that was wrong?’

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Hollywood actor James Woods’ trademark sharp wit was on full display Monday in response to a social media user asking if he had a single complaint about President Donald Trump.

Woods is an ardent Trump supporter, capable of discerning the truth for himself when it comes to the president’s actions. More importantly, he sees the left for what they are and is not dissuaded by their politically motivated hatred for Trump, which clouds any ability to assess his performance fairly.

The outspoken conservative thespian responded to a little spat between actresses and #MeToo activists Alyssa Milano and Rose McGowan — McGowan ripped Milano as “a fraud” after she destroyed any credibility she may have Monday trying to justify her silence amid a sexual assault accusation against 2020 Democratic candidate Joe Biden, who Milano has endorsed.

“I’ve been the target of a totally groundless smear campaign. Listening to you two hypocrites cackle it out makes me puke,” Woods tweeted, in response to a post from McGowan.

The tweet prompted a social media user to ask: “James, I have a question for you. What could Trump do that would make you say “that was wrong?” Just give me ONE thing. Please.”

Ask and ye shall receive, as Woods replied to name the one thing President Trump could do that he would declare “wrong.”

“If he were to say, ‘Nancy has a point,'” the actor tweeted.

Of course, he is speaking of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., the partisan hack who exploits every opportunity she can to attack the president in hopes of destroying him.

Juanita Broaddrick, the woman who claims she was raped by former President Bill Clinton,weighed in to offer what it would take for her to pull for support for Trump.

An avid Trump supporter and prolific tweeter, Broaddrick said: “I will always support Trump unless…….I find out he slept with Hillary. ….Then I’m done.”

Some people consider Woods’ razor sharp wit an unfair advantage when up against hapless social media users.

Here’s a sampling of responses to the story from Twitter:

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