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John Cusack defends not ‘fast enough’ for Wrigley Field military salute

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Actor John Cusack face pushback on social media, after he was caught not stand for a military salute to a Cubs game at Wrigley Field Wednesday night.

“I didn’t stand up for Boeing military salute, quickly enough for some maga f— – see?” he tweeted in his defense. The ‘Hot Tub Time Machine” star was apparently a reference to President Trump supporters.

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In another post, he made clear that he supports the troops and wants them to come home. “Anti-war is pro-troops, pro-human,” he added.

Cusack tweeted that he ultimately was “not only on que – as an Obedient pet.”

John Cusack is a vocal anti-Trump-critic.
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The “Say Anything” actor is a vocal critic of the president and has called for his initiative and the removal of office, according to The Hill. “Trump. Wraps himself in the american flag – this hugs . You think that he is a patriot?” he asked rhetorically on Twitter Wednesday.

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In 2008, Cusack a comedy critical of the war in Iraq was the so-called “War, Inc.” about the problems with the privatisation of the army.

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