Emily Blunt Jokes She Regrets Becoming A Citizen After Watching The GOP Debate (VIDEO)

In a video recently released by The Hollywood Reporter, a number of celebrities sat down and discussed politics and what they’d like to see, and who, if any celebrity, they’d like to see in office.

It seems since Donald Trump is actually being taken seriously, because, according to Matt Damon, “that appeal with Trump is the no-nonsense, tell it like it is” (whatever that means), then really, anyone could stand a chance. In Damon’s defense, Trump is no-nonsense, and tells it at least like he sees it, and the Boston native didn’t say he supports The Donald. Although, he didn’t seem to say either way.

And while Damon seemed to show partial support of Trump, David Guggenheim said the only reason Trump is doing well is because of the “Republican clown car.”

Sandra Bullock made the bold statement:

“How about someone who really cares about our country and wants to make it great for everyone and equal for everyone? That’s a crazy concept! I think we should put that out there as an idea.”

Haha! Oh, Sandy. It would be nice, wouldn’t it?

And while several others listed off people they’d like to see in office, like Democratic Senators Al Franken and Elizabeth Warren, other names included Michael Moore, Oliver Stone and Oprah Winfrey.

One of the best lines of the entire clip came when Emily Blunt talked about when she recently became an American citizen. She said:

“I became an American citizen recently, and that night, we watched the Republican debate and I thought, ‘This was a terrible mistake. What have I done?”

What a first night as a citizen! Yikes! It would make anyone second guess themselves after watching that side show. Heck, most native-born citizens want to run for the hills thinking about any of those fools in the White House.

It’s always interesting to see celebrities reveal their politics outside of their roles we’ve become accustomed to seeing them in. Undoubtedly, with the 2016 election coming fast, we’ll be hearing more and more.

 

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