‘Dictator-like Trump attacks everything America stands for’ Says Robert Redford
Actor Robert Redford has joined Hollywood veterans urging Americans to vote against Donald Trump and stop him from claiming a second term as President.
The actor and filmmaker, who plays the president on TV series “Watchmen”, tells NBC News he cannot wait for Trump to be beaten at the next general election, reports aceshowbiz.com.
“There are only 11 months left before the presidential election; 11 months before we get our one real chance to right this ship and change the course of disaster that lies before us,” the Sundance Film Festival founder wrote in an op-ed.
“Let’s rededicate ourselves to voting for truth, character and integrity in our representatives (no matter which side we’re on). Let’s go back to being the leader the world so desperately needs. Let’s return, quickly, to being simply... Americans.”
He adds: “We’re up against a crisis I never thought I’d see in my lifetime: a dictator-like attack by President Donald Trump on everything this country stands for.
As last week’s impeachment hearings made clear, our shared tolerance and respect for the truth, our sacred rule of law, our essential freedom of the press and our precious freedoms of speech - all have been threatened by a single man.”
“It’s time for Trump to go - along with those in Congress who have chosen party loyalty over their oath to “solemnly affirm” their support for the Constitution of the United States.
“And it’s up to us to make that happen, through the power of our votes. When Trump was elected, though he was not my choice, I honestly thought it only fair to give the guy a chance. And like many others, I did. But almost instantly he began to disappoint and then alarm me. I don’t think I’m alone.” “Tonight it pains me to watch what is happening to our country. Growing up as a child during World War II, I watched a united America defend itself against the threat of fascism. I watched this again, during the Watergate crisis, when our democracy was threatened. And again, when terrorists turned our world upside down.” (IANS)
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