Susan Sarandon is still glad she didn't support 'dangerous' Hillary Clinton

Susan Sarandon is still glad she didn't support 'dangerous' Hillary Clinton

SUSAN Sarandon has claimed one of her friends was "drugged and assaulted" by a Hollywood sex predator.

An Academy Award victor for her role in Dead Man Walking, Sarandon, 71, is or was a friend of Hillary Clinton over the years but told Stephen Colbert on nationwide TV in May 2016 that she "broke up" with then-Senator Clinton over her vote in favor of the Iraq War. "It's up to you to fix it" while also blasting Clinton for not supporting an immediate $15 minimum wage.

And who were the culprits?

"I'm not attacked from the right at all", Susan Sarandon says in a new interview.

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What else did the actress tell The Guardian?

On believing Clinton was risky: "I did think she was very, very unsafe".

"Recently, I said "I stand with Dreamers" [children of illegal immigrants' whose path to U.S. citizenship has been threatened by the Trump administration] and that started another wave", she added. "It wouldn't be much smoother", Sarandon said. "But he didn't go all the way because of big pharma", she said.

She told the New York Daily News newspaper's Confidential column: "Some of the women who have come forward have had other men, equally severe and can not go through it again".

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Sarandon is a hardcore liberal who does not support President Donald Trump, but suggested he was a better choice than Hillary, whom she called "not authentic" and "an opportunist".

While she's "flattered" her haters think she single-handedly gave Trump the presidency, the Feud star says that finger-pointing mentality is exactly why the DNC is in the shitter. She's been awful to gay people for the longest time.

"It's upsetting to me more from the point of view of thinking they haven't learned", Sarandon said. She argues, incorrectly, that the only difference in the Obama and Trump immigration policies is rhetorical, and that the same would have been the case with a Clinton administration. Look what happened under (Barack) Obama that we didn't notice... "But that was just one glimpse of a fairly emotional and strident definition, and there was a period when young women didn't want that label", she told the Guardian. Which was sneakily. He deported more people than have been deported now. "How he got the Nobel Peace Prize I don't know".

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