The pretentious film star's come to Israel for the premiere of a movie made with an Israeli director, and made pretty predictable comments about two politicians
US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are “bad guys” who “don’t really get it in the fullness of things,” American actor Richard Gere said in a Channel 2 interview while in the Jewish state for the Jerusalem premier of his new film “Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer.”
“It’s all deals to them,” the 67-year-old Philadelphia native — also known for his human rights activism — said.
“Truth is dead, the obvious is dead, language is dead,” he told Channel 2’s Dana Weiss in an interview that will be aired in full on Saturday. “This is a dark time.”
No thanks to leftists like Gere, of course. I wonder what Netanyahu has to do with all this? If he has to vent his misgivings about politicians, wouldn't Trump be more the one than a foreign politician? And I doubt he's done a convincing job for human rights either. If he's only concerned about Islamists, then that says everything. So, I won't be hurrying to see any of his film inventory anytime soon.
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