President Obama and Matt Damon are totally over.
The actor — who had been a longtime Obama supporter — said that he is so unhappy with the president that it feels like “[Obama] broke up with me.”
In an interview with BET.com, Damon said that he does not like many of Obama’s policies.
“There are a lot of things that I really question,” Damon said. “The legality of the drone strikes, these NSA revelations — are, you know — Jimmy Carter came out and said we don’t live in a democracy… That’s a little intense when an ex-president says that.” (RELATED: Jimmy Carter: ‘America no longer has a functioning democracy’)
“He’s got some explaining to do, particularly for a constitutional law professor,” he added.
When asked about his perspective on the Trayvon Martin case, Damon said that he doesn’t agree with “stand your ground” legislation.
“The ‘stand your ground law’ — I hope that they would revisit that. I mean, I lived in Florida for five years,” Damon said. “We can’t have a world in which people are putting guns in their pockets and walking around, looking for, thinking they’re the neighborhood watch. We have a police force for that. You know, we should leave the novices at home.”