Jeff Bridges on Donald Trump: “I’m rooting for the guy

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This week we discuss the results of the presidential election this year in an interview with actor Jeff Bridges struck an optimistic note.

TODAY -- Airdate 12/15/2009 -- Pictured: Jeff Bridges appears on NBC News' "Today" show  (Photo by Peter Kramer/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)

Their season with summer sleeper hit in a brief interview with Entertainment Weekly to discuss hell or high water, 66-year-old Western movie actor Republicans think, why not take it that way, “a light shines, “he said victory over Democrat Hillary Clinton on Donald Trump, and why so many Americans disappointed” in his government, “he said.

“They have very little faith in and we’ll see. I hope that we here throw the baby out with bathwater,” warned the bridge. “But I’m rooting for the guy, Mr. Trump.”

The actor continues:

“It is this unpredictability about the most attractive trump a [things]. A less kind word may be hypocrisy, but the unpredictability and hypocrisy of the things that we share every person in. it’s something we all struggle with. I was pleased to hear the speech of acceptance. the context taken out of context, that would be great. unpredictability of it disappear praising Clinton and the trashing and all the people thank him for his wonderful works after inviting not vote for him, he about who would have thought that I would be looking for guidance from them I was talking, I’m rooting for him all these wonderful things, but we’ll see how it all. you just do not know how it will work. ”

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Bridge added that fascinated “by potential cabinet and administration appointments Trump is” and it is waiting to see how it all shakes out.

“It’s kind of like a Zen story,” he said. “We’ll see. President Obama has set a good tone, I like Hillary. I said Elizabeth Warren. They’ll see us, for, some had good things to say the farmer.”

Jun in an interview with The Daily Beast, Oscar-winning actress said she supported Hillary Clinton in the presidential race and Trump said he did not “dig”.

“I do not trump the way,” he said then.

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The desire to bridge the presidency Trump Makes it in Hollywood to take a solutions approach to the election result this year one of the few celebrities. John Legend, actor Michael Shannon and conquest of other stars like Rock Band Green Day continues to trump the following at the beginning of this month.

Bridge ‘to hell or high water opened to rave reviews earlier this summer and despite playing in only 1,500 theaters, $ 12 million to only $ 27 million at the box office on production budgets, according to a report a.

The film, which also stars Chris Pine and Ben Foster, will be released on November 22. The DVD and Blu-ray.

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