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When it comes to the President, He’s performance is, Brad Pitt is of the opinion that there are bigger things to worry about than the prices of foreign liquor.
Then, with the French outlet, the Journal du Dimanche early in the “Ad Astra,” the stars (and the Chateau Miraval vineyard, is a co-owner), his feelings on Trump’s proposal to impose tariffs of up to 100 per cent on French wines, and he was frank.
“I don’t know [about the issue],” Pitt, 55, admitted. “I think we’ve always had a little glass of rosé wine in the United States of america. If there is a threat to growers, it is a real concern,” he said, adding that, in the end, whether or not He does, the imposition of tariffs on French wine, and there are much bigger issues at stake.
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“Unfortunately, this is almost anecdotal,” he said. “Trump is a far bigger threat to these problems.”
Brad Pitt of Japan, attended the opening night of “Ad Astra,” on Sept. 13, 2019, Tokyo, japan. He and ex-wife Angelina Jolie are the co-owners of the Château Miraval vineyard in France.
This is not the first time the actor has spoken to you about the Home.
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In September Of 2016, Pitt told the New York Times’ T magazine that he couldn’t believe He would ever be president, adding, “Coming from Oklahoma, in the south of the Church, which tends to be more along the lines of a Trumpet, the voice, and I’m trying to understand it. It seems that the people who suffer the most end up working for the party and that she would be hurt. So I’m trying to understand where they’re coming from.”