Actor Paul Sorvino and his wife Dee Dee have both been vocal supporters of President Trump, but they say if you don’t agree with Hollywood’s political agenda you’re a reject.
“I think the studio people, the business people-- I think they are a little cooler about it. But it’s these actors, these crazy actors… they are insane… Unless you say you hate Trump, you are not part of their club,” Dee Dee Sorvino, said in an interview on the FOX Business Network.
A-list celebs such as Robert De Niro, Madonna, and Meryl Streep have vocally spoken out on President Trump’s policies, but Sorvino, who starred in the 1990 gangster film ‘Goodfellas’ with De Niro, said even though ‘his old friend’ has a right to say what he wants, he should stay out of politics.
“He’s one of the greatest actors in the world but, you know, Bobby, that’s politics, do you really have to get into that? Punch the President in the face? What are you talking about?” Sorvino asked.
Dozens of celebrities have even vowed to leave the country. Lena Dunham has said she would move to Canada and Cher planned to move to Jupiter.
“You know what, where are all the people who are going to Canada? I have a lot of money saved. I put it aside to give them all tickets and I haven’t seen anybody take it up,” said Sorvino.
While the offer stands, the Sorvinos are focused on their new cookbook featuring Italian recipes.
“Paul has been cooking since he was 12-years old for his family… We love pizza. We were just in Naples and Paul made the pizza that you get in Napoli, really thin and really wonderful. So it’s really about Paul being this masterful cook… and I like to throw parties and mix drinks,” said Dee Dee.