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John Cusack defends standing “fast enough” for Wrigley Field, a military salute

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Actor John Cusack face pushback on social media, after he was caught, for a military salute, a Cubs game at Wrigley Field on Wednesday evening.

“I didn’t want to get up, Boeing military salute fast enough for some of the maga f— – do you see?” he tweeted in his defense. The “Hot Tub Time Machine” star was apparently referring to President trump supporters.

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

Cusack tweeted that he got up finally, “just not on que like an Obedient pet.”

John Cusack was a vocal anti-Trump-critics.
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The “Nothing to Say” – an actor, a vocal was a critic of the President and called for his impeachment and removal from office, according to The hill. “The trump card. Wrapped in the flag of the us literary hugs . She thinks he is a patriot?”, he asked rhetorically on Twitter on Wednesday.

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In 2008, Cusack made a Comedy, critical of the Iraq war as a “war, Inc.” about the problems with the privatization of the military.

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