Actress Susan Sarandon, who has endorsed Bernie Sanders for president, said Thursday that Donald Trump is “like the stand up guy at the wedding who gets drunk and just goes on and on and on.”
Appearing on “CNN Newsroom With Carol Costello,” Sarandon says that Trump taps into “the most base hate, racist stream that’s going through this country.”
Costello asked Sarandon, “I’m just going to ask one question about Donald Trump because he’s says he’s a job creator. And he says he can get things done, and he says he can take care of income inequality. Do you believe him?”
“I know, but he never says how. Have you noticed he never says how? He’s like the stand up guy at the wedding who gets drunk and just goes on and on and on,” Sarandon said. “I want to know specifically — there’s a good example of somebody who never tells you how he’s going to do anything. All he does is get everybody, you know, tap into the most base hate, racist stream that’s going through this country. He doesn’t say how.”
“I mean, he’s not on TV anymore. This is like real life. He has to be specific. You can’t just say ‘You’re fired. OK, bring in the next guy.’ He has to be specific,” Sarandon argued.