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Harrison Ford has called Donald Trump a “son of a b—-” on Monday, during an appearance on late-night TV, where he blamed the president for the non-acceptance of the scientific community.
Ford appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Monday to promote his upcoming film, “the Call of the Wild.” After showing a clip from the film, and It has held up as a poster for the film, which features the fake reviews, tag Call-of-the-Wild” and a “good conversation” in different ways.
The quotes were already there attributed to Donald Trump, in an effort to mock the president, the line about his phone call with the Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky, who launched its impeachment investigation in the House, and the subsequent trial in the Senate.
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“That’s the first thing that has to be the son of a b – – – – – for me it has to be done … ever!!!” Ford is said to thunderous applause and laughter from the crowd.
Han Solo and Indiana Jones, the actor also claimed that the science is “out the door” in the Home department.
“We don’t believe in science anymore,” he joked. “No one believes in science anymore, is it?”
Ford’s comments about the science to come back to after a show in Mexico City earlier this month, where he slammed America’s leadership while praising the young climate activist, Greta Thunberg.
“Our position in the world, has been limited due to a lack of morale, leadership, will, in principle,” the 77-year-old actor said. “I’m definitely happy with what is Sufficient, is inspired by her activism, or her role is to represent the interests of young people, and for that I admire her, her courage, her determination, and it is also full of admiration for her ability to express herself.”
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Ford continued: “the Science has been ridiculed by people who are in ideological camps. They refuse the wisdom, the discipline of science, in favor of a political point of view. And that has to stop. And I do believe that young people all over the world, to stop and to be able and willing to make the sacrifices to make that happen.”
Ford spoke about the science of climate change just about a year ago, as well. He has expressed similar feelings, while giving an impassioned speech about the effects of climate change on the planet, during the second Government Summit in Dubai.
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“All around the world, the elements of leadership, including in my own country, for the preservation of their status and the status quo, deny, or denigrate science,” Ford said at the time. “They’re on the wrong side of history.”