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At the launch party of their new movie, “The Burnt Orange Heresy,” at the Venice international film festival on Saturday, Mick Jagger and Donald Sutherland spoke at length about their dislike for the President by Donald Trump.
The Rolling Stones front man, 76, shot-blasted Trump for a “tearing apart” of America and don’t work hard enough in order to combat climate change.
“The united states is the world leader in environmental control, but now she has decided to go the other way,” he said, per THR.
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Jagger went on to slam “plus” for a drop-out of the Agreement in Paris, france. “We are in a very difficult situation at the moment, especially in the united states, where environmental controls are put in place — and that was just about enough has been recovered by the government so that they can be wiped out,” he said.
Jagger also commented on the activists of the festival, to protest against the climate change, anti-immigration policies, and the cruise-ship problem, in the most famous city in italy.
Actors: Claes Bang, from left, Elizabeth debicki, Mick Jagger or Donald Sutherland pose for photographers at the arrivals for the photocall of the movie ‘the Burnt Orange Heresy,’
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“I’m totally behind that,” Jagger said of the protesters. “I’m glad they do, because they are the ones who are going to inherit the earth.”
Jagger’s co-star Sutherland, 84, chimed in with, “He was right when he said that the reforms that were instituted during the Obama administration it has been decided to do, and now they’re torn up about it.”
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“When you get to my age, if you are 85 years old, and you’ve got children or grandchildren, let them, if we don’t vote these people in office in Brazil, in London, in Washington, d.c.,” says Anderson, referring to Jair Bolsonaro, and Boris Johnson. “They are ruining the world. We have also contributed to the demise of it, but they have to protect it.”
Jagger added that he thinks the fact that social values are changing — “We are going through a very strange time at the minute. And if you live in a strange time, you know, it’s a weird time, but you don’t know what’s going to happen next. The values are different. There is more polarization and less civility.”