While many Hollywood actors are screaming chunks of their lungs out as they protest against Donald Trump, Matthew McConaughey has taken a tip from Nicole Kidman’s playbook titled: Err, Try To Keep It As Safe As You Can, Because You’ve Got A Movie To Sell, Bitch.
Matty McC was in London to pimp out his new movie Gold, and he did an interview with BBC One’s The Andrew Marr Show. People says that the interview went down before Overlord Trump caused chaos with his Muslim Ban and beefed with our friends. Andrew Marr mentioned how most of Hollywood is fighting against the Pinky to Steve Bannon’s The Brain and asked Matty if he thinks that everyone should just lay off poor, widdle Trump. Matty summoned a thousand, “that’s not alright, alright, alright,” responses by saying that what’s done is done and we gotta work with Trump. Matty thinks we need to embrace the fact that Trump is POTUS and he didn’t mean embrace the fact in a “choke hold” kind of way.
AM: You all completely hate him. Do you think it’s time that maybe Hollywood and the cultural elite of America gave this guy a break?
MM: They don’t have a choice now. He’s our president. As divisive of an inauguration time as we’ve had, at the same time, it’s time for us to embrace, shake hands with this fact and be constructive with him over the next four years. So even those who strongly disagree with his principals or the things he’s said and done, which we will see what he does compared to what he’s said, no matter how much you disagree along the way, it’s time to think about how constructive you can be, because he’s our president for the next four years at least.
I, for one, want to see Matthew McConaughey try to embrace Donald Trump with those little arms of his. It’d be like watching a crab hug a pumpkin. But honestly, they’d never get to the hugging part. If the Stoner King of the Bongos takes his own advice and meets with Trump to discuss ways to be constructive with him, there’s a chance that Matty may mistake him for a giant BBQ Corn Nut and try to gobble him up.
— The Andrew Marr Show (@MarrShow) January 29, 2017