Kevin Costner criticism of the Trumpet of the administration of the border policy that allegedly separated nearly 2,000 immigrant children from their parents at the U.S.-mexico border.
Actor Kevin Costner criticism on the Trumpet administration of the border policy to say that he did not “recognize America at this time.”
Costner, 63, appeared on “the View” Tuesday to promote his Western drama, “Yellowstone”, when he was asked how he felt about the immigration policy, which has reportedly separated almost 2,000 immigrant children from their parents at the U.S.-mexico border.
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“You know, this is a hard thing to say, but I don’t think — I’m not recognize America at the moment,” Costner told the hosts. “I don’t recognize his voice. I do not recognize any individual statements. I find the people to go with the flow, and there are people right in the middle. And we are in a very strange place, and it takes a high level of compassion, empathy, and intelligence to work in this way.”
The Academy Award-winner continued, “the Separation of people with no plan, when these children can’t even speak English. Can you imagine the terror? In addition to the just be separated? So we must do better. We are talking about many more, we can about the lake and we have to act now.”
Costner is part of a group of celebrities such as Reese Witherspoon, Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres and Willie Nelson ‒ in public against the border policy.
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Costner told Fox News last week that he jumped on the chance to shine in the show “Yellowstone”, a Western that follows a ranch family on the verge of losing their land to a Native American reservation.
“The appeal of this was the outside,” Costner told Fox News. “[But] it was actually the story that Taylor [Sheridan, the creator] made in the script, and that was what I attracted to. I think it’s a good story is always relevant, and that it is time to tell it, you know.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.