“Captain America” star Chris Evans speaks President Trump in a recent interview and says that he “truly” hopes the quarterback of his favorite team, Tom Brady, is not a Trump supporter.
“Captain America” star Chris Evans said the politics in a recent interview said that he “truly” hopes the quarterback of his favorite team, Tom Brady, is not in favour of a President Trump.
Evans, 37, conducted a tell-all interview with The Hollywood Reporter that was published Wednesday. The discussion turned to politics when the problem of the actor, vocal political views on social media.
“You don’t want to alienate half of your audience,” Evans told the magazine of his tweets. “But I would be disappointed in myself if I don’t speak. Especially for the fear of some monetary impact or career damage — that just feels really gross to me.”
REP. THEN CRENSHAW SHOWS HIS ‘CAPTAIN AMERICA’ GLASS EYE OF CHRIS EVANS
The HR interview was conducted just a few days before the Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams and won its sixth Lombardi Trophy. When asked about if he would ever consider playing the New England Patriots quarterback in a biopic, the “Avengers: Endgame” star was said to have looked “grim” at the mention of the athlete.
“I don’t know,” Evans told the outlet, speaking of Brady. “I really hope that he’s not a Trump supporter. I’m just hoping that he is one of those guys who maybe supported him and now regrets. Maybe he thought that it was going to be different — and even that bothers me — but maybe there is a chance now he thinks that Trump is an absolute stupid s—, that he is. If he doesn’t, if he’s still on that Trump train, I can cut the ties. It is really very difficult.”
The actor continued to say that he hopes Brady has “woken up.”
“I think I may have a few years ago,” Evans said. “Maybe I tried to withdraw some, like, mental gymnastics to compartmentalize, but I don’t know if I can do no more. So I’m just hoping that he wakes up.”
Evans, a native of Sudbury, Mass., it is well known that a large Patriots fan who often attends the NFL games to cheer on his team.
In 2015, a red Make America great Again, the hat was spotted in Brady’s locker during a television interview.
DANIEL RADCLIFFE DOES TOM BRADY ABOUT TRUMP SUPPORT AND MAGA HAT
Brady is distancing himself from Trump since the 2016 election. In 2017, Brady fell to the White House after the Patriots won the Super Bowl.
Brady and Trump are reportedly friends and played golf together in the past, but they don’t see eye-to-eye on an important point: the kneeling during the national anthem. After Trump called the protests against police brutality against people of color, patriotic, Brady said in an interview, “I’m definitely not agree with what he said. I thought it was just wrong. As I said, I just want to have the support of my teammates.”
Fox News’ Jessica Sager contributed to this report.