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Jeff Daniels has been highly critical of the President, He’s in the office and the actor is not backing down as the country heads into an election year.
During an appearance on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” the Emmy winner explained how many of the themes in the Broadway play, “To Kill a Mockingbird,” it’s just as relevant as it was when Harper Lee first wrote the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of 1960.
“It’s a mixed crowd, but there’s a lot of… by liberal, white America, who’s there,” he told Colbert. “This game is like a right hook to his jaw. You’ve seen the movie, read the book, but you can feel the play in it.”
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“This is when Tom Robinson is sent to jail, and he is 100% innocent, and that the only reason that he was going to go to jail because he is black, you can see that Tom Robinson is chained up and have to walk across the stage on his way to the electric chair and the desk. You can feel that, and America needs to see this stuff.”
Daniels, 64, is then a brief discussion of the headlines on immigration and immigrants held in detention centers at the border.
“You’re telling me that you’re going to go to the voting booth, and you’re going to have to go,” They need not cross the river.’ Now, there are people out there who believe that. Go ahead. A voice in front of him. Go for it,” he said, referring to the image of the dead immigrants, father and daughter, who were both drowned while crossing a river.
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Daniels added that “America needs to do better,” and shared his thoughts on the Democratic debate.
“This is the second debate of the 20th?” he thought. “Jesus christ. You know, to cut down, but we do know that these men, who punch him in the face.”
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As for running for office, “the Newsroom” star said that he was not interested in them. “I don’t know enough,” he insisted. “They have to be able to a lot of. Now, I know what I want to be. I have an idea, I just don’t want to. I think it should be left up to the people who know how the government works and who can get things done in the political system.”