Jennifer Lawrence: From actress to activist?
Actress Jennifer Lawrence claiming that they take the time to act out in order to work in politics.
Jennifer Lawrence said it was “disgusting” how Hillary Clinton attacked Trump supporters and admitted it is “not wise” for celebrities to speak about the politics, because it hurts in their career.
“The Democrats made a big mistake by hurting the Trump supporters, and that was disgusting for me,” the Oscar-winning actress said in an interview with Vanity Fair in the March issue.
“Of course they are not going to vote for Hillary Clinton; they vote for Donald Trump. You laughed at them for their plight is very real,” she said.
Lawrence, who supported Clinton during the 2016 presidential elections, said Trump was “a big powerful man in a nice suit, pointing at you and going, ‘I’m going to make you rich.’ It is so attractive.”
But the outspoken actress has admitted that it is wading into politics is not the best way for celebrities to take. “I have always thought that it was a good idea to stay out of politics,” Lawrence told the magazine.
“Five-and-twenty percent of America identifies as liberal, and I have more than 25 percent of America to go see my movies. It is not wise, career-to speak, to talk about politics,” she said, but added that, “As Donald Trump have sworn in the office, that the f—– – g changed.”
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The actress has previously criticised Trump in 2015, long before he was sworn in the office, saying: “If Donald Trump becomes president that will be the end of the world.”
Since Trump took office, she asked the devastating hurricanes in Texas and Florida last year were the signs of Mother Nature’s anger and wrath” in the US. for the election of Trump, and not to believe in human-induced climate change.
“You know, you’re watching these hurricanes now, and it’s really hard, especially in the promotion of this film, and not to the sense of Mother Nature’s rage and anger,” she said back in September.
Lawrence admitted in the Vanity Fair interview that her family doesn’t like to see her talk about politics. “My family, of course, hate every time I talk about politics, because it is hard to see that your child is criticized, and they live in Kentucky, where no one really liking what I say,” she said.
Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @LukasMikelionis.