Donald Trump called out George Clooney after the actor said he will “never be president.”
“There’s not going to be a president Donald Trump,” Clooney said. “It’s not going to happen because fear is not going to be something that drives our country. We’re not going to be scared of Muslims or immigrants or women. We’re not actually afraid of anything.” (RELATED: Donald Trump Calls Out Samuel L. Jackson After The Actor Said This About Him)
But during a “Fox and Friends” interview Friday morning on Fox News, the Republican candidate dismissed Clooney’s comments.
“As far as George Clooney is concerned, let’s put it this way — he’s no Cary Grant,” Trump said. (RELATED: George Clooney Just Slammed Donald Trump Without Even Mentioning His Name)
Clooney also said that networks cover Trump so frequently because it gives them good ratings.
“Well at least he’s right about the ratings — that’s the good news,” Trump said. “I think I get asked the toughest questions on Earth. I will tell you, nobody asks tougher questions than they do to me. It’s all ‘gotcha.'” (RELATED: What George Clooney Just Said About A Donald Trump Presidency Will Have Voters Fuming)