Lindsay Lohan told The New York Times that she wants to move past Donald Trump’s past comments about her on the Howard Stern radio show, where he talked in 2004 about why she is probably great in bed.
“Here’s the thing: very simple with politics,” Lohan told the Times in a story published Tuesday. “He’s the president. No matter what anyone says, he’s still the president. I have no feeling. I have no emotion.”
Lohan has been living and working in Greece, trying to ignore most of what’s been going on in America for the past year.
In the interview, Lohan called Tiffany Trump “a really sweet girl. Nice person.” Tiffany is planning to visit her in Greece next month, according to the Times.
Last year, the “Freaky Friday star” defended Trump and his family on Twitter calling for people to stop #bullying the president, before describing how “kind” the rest of the family is. The tweets have since been deleted.
“THIS IS our president. Stop #bullying him & start trusting him. Thank you personally for supporting #THEUSA,” Lohan tweeted. “@realDonaldTrump @IvankaTrump @FLOTUS @DonaldJTrumpJr are kind people. As An American, why speak poorly of anyone?”
At one point in the piece, she talked about how she wants people to leave her partying lifestyle — that used to decorate the tabloids — in the past because “it’s dead.”
“I’m a normal, nice person. A good person. I don’t have any bad intentions,” Lohan explained. “And my past has to stay in the past. Like, people have to just let go of it and stop bringing it up because it’s not — it’s gone. It’s dead. And that’s the most important thing to me.”