Mexican actress Salma Hayek made her position clear once again against Trump’s anti-immigration rhetoric.
During an interview on “The Late Late Show” with James Corden, the Mexican actress recalled that the United States was founded by people from various countries, and also condemned the words of hatred that Trump has said about the Latino community.
“Mr. Trump, I recommend to you to read this book,” Hayek said. “I will gladly lend you my copy.”
Asked by Corden if there was anything she agreed with Trump on, she said yes, one thing.
“Actually, he writes in his book that when he was in first grade, he punched his music teacher because he didn’t think he knew anything about music,” Hayek said. “And, later in the book, he reflects, saying that he’s still exactly the same as that kid in first grade. I agree with him that we have a first-grade bully running for the president of the United States.”
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