Further alienating conservative moviegoers, Clooney calls out Trump — whom he has called a “xenophobic fascist” in the past, he writes to Clinton supporters in a letter obtained by Breitbart.
In a letter being sent out to supporters of Clinton’s White House bid by her campaign, Clooney describes Clinton as a “voice of tolerance and experience” and attempts to besmirch Trump as a racist Islamophobe who wants to commit “war crimes.”
While Clooney does not use Trump’s name in the letter, he does share some choice words for the New York billionaire and anyone who agrees with him on immigration and national security.
“If you listen to the loudest voices out there today, you’d think we’re a country that hates Mexicans, hates Muslims, and thinks that committing war crimes is the best way to make America great again,” Clooney writes in the letter.
Unlike the action heroes he has played in his career, Clooney didn't even have the spine to call out Trump by name in the letter. These lead roles may not even be available to Clooney in the future, as he has not carried a movie over the $100 million benchmark since 2000's The Perfect Storm.
It is clear, however that the declining actor has every intention of continuing to cause a perfect storm of controversy with his extreme comments.